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ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 

ELIZABETHTOWN, PA 17022 

(717) 367-1151 

1990-1991 



THF HIGH LIBRARY 
EtIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE 
511aBE.H.Ov*N. PA 17022-2298 



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Building Blocks; the theme 
for this yearbook, is an ap- 
propriate one; as 
Elizabethtown spent 1990- 
91 improving and expand-, 
ing its scholastic and stu- 
dent resources. 
In Life, each year builds 
upon the last. This year saw 
the completion of the High 
Library and the addition of 
Dr. Richard Crocker. The 
new dean prepared to 



carry on Etown's tradition 
of excellence. Also, a 
beautiful student memorial 
garden was built to keep f^ 
jthose we have lost close to — 
our hearts. 

As you look through the fol- 
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the building blocks of prog- 
ress — stacked together to 
keep Etown solid in its tra- 
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The E-town students take advan- 
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Again this past year Elizabethtown held its 
annual special events including Paret's 
Weekend, Homecoming, Convocation, 
TGIS, and holiday dinners. Students also 
participated in a second year of "Hands 
Across Campus" to speak out against 
drunk driving. 

In addition to the traditional activities 
sponsored by the college, many events de- 
signed to promote world awareness were 
offered. Some of these such events were an 
AIDS Awareness Week, featuring Ryan's 
White Mother Jeanne and a candlelight 
vigil to show support for our troops in the 
Persian Gulf. 

Elizabethtown College also held a spring 
Symposium. There were no classes held on 
the day of the symposium and many stu- 
dents, as well as, faculty attended the lec- 
tures given by guests from eastern block 
nations. Another first time activity was the 
Fine Arts Festival. The day was very suc- 
cessful and will now become an annual 
occurance on the campus. 
Through events like these and the others 
held over the past year, Elizabethtown has 
served as a keystone upon which the sur- 
rounding community can rest. 




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TRANSITIONS '90 



The first year of college can be a very frightening experience for the 
Freshmen students. Therefore, "Transitions," the name for the three 
days of freshmen orientation preceding the beginning of classes, is a 
very appropriate title. Activities in which the freshmen participate 
include: seminars of subjects ranging ^rom academic integrity to 
safety; peer group meetings where there are ice6reahers and dis- 
cussions on various topic*, a freshmen dance, a picnic, and a can- 
dieiight induction ceremony in the Dell. One of the highlights of the 
orientation session is the Freshmen I like. During this traditional two 
mile walk, the freshmen are asked a variety of unusual and often 
obscure questions. When the question is answered incorrectly, which 
is frequently, the freshmen are required to do something humorous 
such as kissing one of the peer counselors or singing a song. This 
activity provides an excellent opportunity to meet people. Overall, the 
process of orientation makes the transition to couege life a little 6it 
easier. One Freshman said, "Instead of having the college experience 
thrown at us like cold water, we were eased into it gradually. My 
adjustment of living away from home and gaining independence was 
made easier 6y the many activities which the College provided for us 
during orientation." 



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PARENTS' WEEKEND 



Friday September 21, 1990 was a hectic day for Eu*a6ethtown's 
student body. Students hurried to tidy up their rooms and apartments. 
This could only mean one thing — Parent's Weekend 1990. Students 
eagerly awaited the arrival of their parents knowing that they would 
finally be taken out to dinner at a restaurant of a higher caliber than 
McDonald's. They also anticipated a day of shopping at Park City. 
Even though the students had their weekend planned out, the Parent's 
Council also did its share putting together a schedule of activities that 
included a wide range of entertaining events. 

The centerpiece was the dedication of the new High Library. The 
library, however, was not the only source of fun and excitement. The 
sporting events drew large crowds and many people also took the 
opportunity to get 6etter acquainted with the faculty during the 
faculty seminars that were offered. The annual student talent show 
proved an excellent showcase for the high caliber and variety of 
talents present in E-town's student body. Further musical enter- 
tainment was provided by the various campus ensembles as well as the 
Philadelphia Brass ensemble. 

From the educational potential of the High Library to the suspenseful 
athletic contests, to the relaxing portions of the weekend E-town 
celebrated vet another Parents Weekend worthy of remembering. 



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Parents Weekend not only served as a welcoming occasion for many /amities 
but it also welcomed a new and vital part of our ElUabethtown home — The 
High Library. 

Tne High Library was dedicated on September 22, 1990 at 6pm. Speaking on 
behalf of the occasion was Mark Ebersole, trustee member, Dale High, Carole 
Kreider, and President Spiegler. Many students, faculty, alumni, arid parents 
attended the ceremony that took place on the front steps of the library. 
The ceremony opened with the words of Board of Trustee member, Mark 
Ebersole. As he said, the library must be dedicated to many people who have 
brought this "vision to a reality. President Spiegler, the administration, 
faculty, the campaign/und workers, the trustees, High construction workers, 
and Dale High are just a few of the many dedicated people who helped make 
the High Library possible. 

The efforts of so many people has brought us a new institution of learning. 
Our library is the key to furthering our education and soaring to new heights 
of learning. "The library is vital in leading us into the next generation," 
expressed E-town graduate Dale High. 

In dedicating the new library, we cannot forget the one that came before and 
served to educate so many before us. As Carole Kreider, also an E-town 
graduate and trustee, explained. "As Euxabethtown's numbers of students 
and faculty increased and technology progressed, Zug became unable to fulfill 
our needs." So now we must move on and establish an institution that 
proviaes for our needs and represents our continual quest for academic 
excellence. The High Library is the "centerpiece of our campus where we can 
communicate with our forefathers, contemplate with our contemporaries, and 
speculate the future," said President Spiegler. 

The dedication not only served to thank those who made the library a reality 
and welcome it to the Elizabethtown campus, but welcomed what will be 
happening behind the doors and walls of this beautifully designed and 
constructed building. As the ribbon was cut we can thank all of those 
committed to the task of completing the vision of a new place to learn. We can 
welcome a whole new spectrum of knowledge and we can use the knowledge 
acquired here in the hope that someday we will be the builaers and the 
dreamers of a new generation. 



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RECAPTURE A MEMORY 



Homecoming activities highlighted the weekend of alumni students, 
and faculty alike. The entertainment began Friday Octo6er 19th with 
Act 3 1 guest Danny McCarthy. The folk singer performed in the 
Susquehanna room because of bad weather. The crowd adapted well 
and created the campfire atmosphere by gathering around lighted 
candles, eating s mores, and drinking apple cider. A a rent time was had 
as everyone joined in with the singing. 

Early Saturday morning students were busy setting up tallies in the 
Midway. Student organizations ami local to wnspeoplc sold everything 
from food to clothing to handmade crafts. Special events held during 
that afternoon were the class tug-of-war, which was won 6y the 
Freshmen, and the free balloon tether rides. 

Homecoming dinner Saturday evening was a semi-formal occasion 
allowing students to transform from sweats and t-shirts into dresses 
and ties. 

A live band performed at the dance in Thompson Gym from 11pm to 
2am Saturday night. The Nerds, a band from the New York area, 
performed in attire appropriate to their name, including taped glasses, 
plaid shirts, short pants, and slicked back hair. Students enjoyed the 
music provided by the band and yelled for more at the conclusion of 
the evening. 

Overall, Homecoming weekend provided a variety of enjoyable ac- 
tivities/or alL From Act 3 1 on Friday night to the dance late Saturday 
night, there was never an excuse for being bored during the weekend. 
Not onCy did students, alumni, and faculty get the chance to 
"Recapture a Memory," as the theme of Homecoming implied, but 
they were presented the opportunity to create many new memories as 
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TRADITIONS 



This year's Homecoming played host to a mului mlt of events. Some 
proved to 6e traditional while others 6rofee new ground to become next 
gear's traditions. 

Students ami alumni were at trie Homecoming soccer game to cheer on 
the Blue Jays to a a 6-0 victory over Washington College. Both the 
women's soccer and field hockey teams added to the festivities with 
victories over Wifltes College. All three sporting events added thai 
extra touch of E-town spirit to the day. 

Hot air balloon rides were provided and proved to 6e a great activity 
for those who wished to see the Homecoming scene JTom a new 
perspective. Not onlv were rides provided but the beautiful balloon 
was given the tosh of dropping the men's soccer game ball onto the 
field. While the ball fell from the air, a cheer arose throughout the 
crowd and the game was soon to begin. 

Along with games and balloon rides, there was the traditional Home- 
coming Court crowning 6ut this year's tradition was new in a very 
significant way. The Homecoming Court for the_first time consisted of 
male and female members as well as crowning a King and Queen. 
Homecoming Day was a great success with entertaining events and 
student support in great suppCy. 





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Elizabethtown students were up Jor the challenge jo the 
CROP VoUeyoalt Marathon. This annual event held every faii 
is a grueling 12 hour marathon which goes through the night 
ana ends in the early morning hours. Voueyball participants 
obtain sponsors who pledge money for each hour they play. 
The money raised is used to feed the hungry. The event is not 
only an opportunity to get together with friends and pCay 
some volleyball while enjoying the music provided, but it is a 
chance for each participant to make a difference in the life of 
another. 



During the fad semester of 1990 at EG-iabethtown College, there 
were many events held to appeal to both the academic and social 
interests of students and f acuity alike. On Monday September 24 
in Thompson Gym, the college marked the opening of the ac- 
ademic year with the annual College Convocation. The program 
_for this event included music by the colieae band and concert 
choir ii rid the procession of colieae scholars for 1990-91, /acuity, 
trustees, and administrators. The convocation address was given 
by the noted Mexican author, Carlos Fuentes. 



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FALL REVIEW 



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HANDS ACROSS CAMPUS 






Concern about the very serious issue of drunk driving was 
shown 6v students, faculty, and administrators of the college 
on Sunday Octo6er 14, 1990i as they joined hands and formed 
a human chain stretching from Brinser to Schlosser residence 
hods. The event, sponsored' 6v Circle K, was attended by 325 
people who (it candles and observed a moment of silence for 
the victims of drunk driving accidents. Sophomore, Rov 
Howell, a memoer of Circle K and a participant in the event, 
said, "the event was an ominous reminder of the possible 
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SPRING REVIEW 



It proved once again to be an exciting Spring Semester here at E-town College. Saying 
"goodbyefor now" to Doug Welis (Marine Reservist coded to duty in Saudi Arabia 6efore 
Christinas) and Cindy \ Iphin (called to Waiter Reed Army Medical Center in January) 
certainty dampened many E-town student's spirits. Our many prayers and best wishes 
fcept them safe and they will hopefully return in the falL As the semester continued, the 
college took part in an AIDS awareness week (Fe6ruary 10-13). Jeanne White, mother of 
the late Ryan White spoke that Monday main, Fe6ruary 1 1, uraina students to protect 
themselves and to be responsible. "I don't want anymore people to 6e a Ryan White. . ." 
Her presentation left no one untouched. 

As Zug Memorial Hall {formerly Zug Memorial Library) continued to change before our 
eyes, construction was begun and completed on the Memorial Garden just outside the 
1 1 u| li Library. TGIS weekend marked it's dedi c a t ion. Ground was broken this semester to 
bu ild the new plaza in front of Es6enshade H all, the gift of the class of 199 1 . Yet another 
successful Big Brother/Big Sister Day was executed with over thirty children par- 
ticipating from Lancaster and Harrisbura. The cotteae provided its students with a 
cultural symposium entitled "The Political Earthquake of 1989" in which many noted 
scholars jrom foreign countries participated. Panel discussions about the events that 
rocked our world were held to inform students and /acuity of the momentous changes 
affecting such nations as (. 'zachoslovafcia, Great Britain, Poland, Yugoslavia, and Ger- 
many. Spirits fell twice more this sprina with the deaths of fifteen-year Senate member 
John Heinz and ten-year board of trustee chairman, V. Lester Shreiber (April 4 and 5, 
respectively). TGIS weekend repaired spirits, as it arrived quickly and .served as being E- 
town's last areat Sprina weekend. Excitement filled the air with Act 31'f Magic Show and 
a wonderful semi-formal dinner. It was indeed an exciting, eventful, and educational 
Sprina Semester '91. 









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Symposium 1991 was aptly titled' "The Political Earthquake of 1989: 
The Aftermath and Future," for it dealt with the sweeping political 
changes taking place in Eastern Europe during and since the fail of 
1989. 

The purpose of the .Symposium was to encourage discussion and 
analysis of the political and economic Impact of the events of that 
autumn on the "new Europe", specifically the countries of Czecho- 
slovakia, Poland, Hungary, and the recently unified Germany. Guests 
front those countries as well as from Great Britain and Yugoslavia 
conducted public forums during the three-day event. 
The Symposium sessions also dealt with what the US role is and 
should 6e in Eastern Europe. Nigel Ashford, an associate professor of 
political science at Staffordshire Polytechnic, In Great Britain, said 
that the United States' long term participation in NATO has caused a 
decline in US economic growth, and thai the purpose of that milii ary 
presence should not be to defeat Communism, but rather to support 
representative democracies. The danger of this though, he warned, is 
that the US becomes policeman for the world. 

Ashford noted that the US is as interdependent on the rest of the world 
as the rest of the world Is on it, considering the global communications 
network and economy. He said that the causes of peace and prosperity 
could best be served by promoting trade, and economic and social 
exchange. 

The reunification of Germany was a major part of many of the 
discussions that took place. Horste Rophe, of what was East Ger- 
many, saul that the main reason Communism jfetl was because of the 
United State's presence in Europe since Woruf War II. Rophe com- 
mented that the reunification process is a gradual one. Stephan Eisel, 
the deputy director of the private ojfjfice of Chancellor Helmut Kohl, 
said, "Germany is our fatherland, but Europe is our community." 



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JR-SR 1991 



The Junior Senior dinner dance was held Sat- 
urday April 6 at the Harris6ura Marriott. Nu- 
merous Euxaoethtown students and their ac- 
companying dates arrived early in the afternoon 
to take advantage of the hotePs foot, Jacuzzi, 
sauna, and fitness equipment. Hor'dourves were 
served at 6pm and the dinner was scheduled for 
7pm. The rest of the evening was spent daneina 
and sociaAzina. 





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FACT OR FABLE 



Music, dancing, singing, acting, costumes, and sound effects — one 
might wonder what these things have in common. The answer can be 
summed' up in two words, "Story Theater". "Story Theater" consists 
of a selection of Brothers Grimm and Aesop's Tables. The plays were 
performed by Socfc-N-Busrun on April 11-13. A special performance 
was held on Friday morning for an audience of elementary and high 
scnooC students followed by a question and answer period. "Story 
Theater" attracted record breaking crowds and Saturday's perfor- 
mance was standing room only. The electricity and enthusiasm of the 
audiences inspired the actors to out do even their 6est. The crowds 
_favorite seemed to 6e Henny Penny whose bird and fox costumes and 
characterizations brought the most laughter. After long hours of 
rehearsals, the cast of "Story Theater" put on a most memorable set of 
performances. The reputation of SocA-N-Busfein has been greatly 
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E&xaoetrttown Cottejje's Jtrst annual Spring Arts Festival was heid on 
Saturday. April 13, 1991. The event was organized" 6v senior Laura M. 
Nichols. 

There were a wide variety of activities including dancing, singing, 
poetry readings, and acting performances. There was aiso a juried art 
display, art demonstrations, and an art sale. 

Some of the specific acts by students and f acuity included a Movement 
Laboratory featuring dance and interpretive movement directed and 
choreographed by coiiege artist in residence. Judy Wifljams-Henry, 
music by the couege clarinet choir, and songs by a trio coiled the Sine 
Belles. There was aiso a performance of "The Breman Town Mu- 
sicians" _from Story Theater, a poetry reading by Dr. Carmine Sar- 
racino, and storytelling by Dr. Nelson Bard and Dr. Craig Hergert. 




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The weekend of April 26-28 was another successful TGIS. This years 
theme, "Spring Fung," was based on a beach motif, which brought 
bach memories of Spring Break at the beach. 

The fun began Friday evening with the start of the annual scavenger 
hunt sponsored by Residence Life Council. Abo that evening was the 
dance held in the Alumni Auditorium featuring Johnny O and the 
Classic Dogs of hove. 

Saturday was filled with activites that began in the afternoon with a 
Softball and volleyball tournament. TGIS dinner was held as tradition 
goes at Thompson Gym. The aym was decorated with bunches of 
balloons, palm trees, 6anners, and even a kiddie swimmina pool in 
which lounged the E-town Blue Jay. The menu for the evening included 
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TGIS WEEKEND 



The highlight of the weekend mi> the Video Dance Party held in 

Brinser Field. The dance was wed attended and students danced to 

their favorite hits a»uf videos. 

Sunday was more relaxed with a beach party held in the Dett. The 

event included dames and free ice cream for everyone. Atso Sunday 

was the end of the scavenger hunt. Four teams showed up with the 

goods they had collected. There were 104 lianas on the list which 

ranged from quarry water to a borough policeman's signature and 

Oliver North memorabilia to a 6a6y's 6ottle. 

Overall the weefeend was a great success for which APB deserves a 

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AWARDS ASSEMBLY 



Each year the College holds a College-wide awards ceremony to 
recognize student, staff, and faculty for achievement and excellence in 
service, dedication, and responsibility. 

Students being named to Who's Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities and College Scholars are announced, as well 
as the winners of the APB Award, the Distinguished Student awards, 
Student Senate Awards, and the Phares Heriog Award. 
Faculty Award recipients were Dr. Len Eiserer, who won the Out- 
standing Service to Students Award, and George Guptis, professor of 
business, who won the Phares Heriog Award for his dedication to 
teaching. 

Student Senate Award winners were Her6 Nix, who won the Walter 
B. Shaw Symbol of Service Award; Dawn Clayton, who won the 
Baugher Avenue Memorial Scholarship for her work with the Me- 
morial Garden; and Sharif Aim: a, who won the Senior Senator 
Award. 

Nancy Parmer, Dean Richard Crocfeer's secretary, was the recipient of 
the Activities Planning Board" Award. 

Distinguished" Student Awards were presented" to Dionne Y. Wiutams 
and Donald T. Lewis, freshman; Rachana M. Patel and Kerry Freese, 
sophomores; Ni# and Scott Helsel, juniors; and A Im :u, Janet Bowler, 
Keith C'amiUi, Richard Groybu% Amy Herman, and" Eric Myers, 
seniors. 

Laura M. Nichols was presented" the Dean's Privilege Award for t;he 
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The Baccalaureate Service was held on Saturday 
May 18 at 10:00am at The ElUabethtown Church 
of the Brethren prior to the Commencement ex- 
ercises. Students of the graduating class offered 
advice to feiiow students, sang songs describing 
their feelings, or just speaking on what college has 
meant to them. Friends and relatives fiiied the 
church to hear the thoughts and feelings of the 
1991 graduating class. The service ivlmli has 
meant a tot to graduating students in the past 
continues to hold tradition at Euxaoethtown Cot 
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GRADUATION 



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Commencement Is a time for celeDrating the accomplishments of our 
students. To begin the graduation ceU fmitnm. graduates and their par- 
ents were invited to attend the President's Reception, along with Jaculty 
and staff on Friday, May 17, from 5:30 to 7:00pm. The reception was 
held at the Parent's Courtyard. Other special events scheduled on the 
weekend were: The Baccalaureate Service Saturday, May 18, at 10:00 
am in the ECUaoethtown Church of the Brethren, Brunch for Graduates, 
Parents, and Friends on Saturday in Myer Dining Hafl, Reception for 
Honorary Degree Candidates, and finally the 88th Commencement at 
2:30pm on that same Saturday. The speaker of the 88th Commencement 
was Robert J. Reinstein, Dean of Law at Temple University. 
There were approximately 272 students participating in the graduation 
ceremony. Those receiving honorary degress were the following: Robert). 
Reinstein, Doctor of Law, Temple University, honoris causa; Hartmut 
von Hentig of Bielefeld University, Germany; and Stasys Loioraitis, Jr., 
Charge a" Affairs of the Lithuanian Legation in Washington D.C. 
This was a happy event for everyone involved. It gave the students the 
opportunity to share once again the important memories of the last 
several years. It was a chance for parents to express their appreciation to 
/acuity and stajj, while faculty and staff had a chance to thank parents 
for their trust. 



The graduation speaker. 
Robert J. Reinstein, offers 
words of advice for the 
qraduatina class. 




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Elizabethtown's many student organiza- 
tions provide members of the college com- 
munity with insight and experiences in 
fields of their choices. Clubs allow stu- 
dents to meet other people who share their 
interests outside the classroom atmos- 
phere. This year saw the formation of four 
new clubs: Students for Choice, Collegians 
for Life, Deaf Awareness Club, and the 
Lacrosse Club. To gain recognition as a 
college club, a group must first have a 
constitution accepted by Student Senate. 
After passed by Student Senate the group 
becomes an official club. From there they 
must elect officers and plan meetings. 
Habitat for Humanity entered its second 
year in full speed. Members of the club 
spent Spring Break building homes in Ten- 
nessee. These people were willing to give 
up their free time to help others. Another 
major event was Student Senate's building 
of a Memorial Garden. This garden will be 
used as a way to remember those students 
who died during their years at 
Elizabethtown College. 






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STAFF 

Kjm Diefendorf, Lisa Coleman, Stephanie Gibson, Colleen Dougherty, Rebecca Wolyniak, Janis Kuntzer, Don 
Lewis, Melissa Warfel, Monika Freitag, Amy Fink, Michele Sleighter, Cheryl Cinkulis, Crissy Stem, Ann Mane Loose, 
Amanda Wilson, Angela Valentine. Brandy Paul, Kimberly Lipsky, Jeff Thompson, Julie Borst, Kate Krufka, Barb 
Russo, Michele Kozimor 

EDITORS 

Tammy Hershberger, Brett Preston, Gisele Rinaldi, Wendy Bright. Jennifer Fidler. Angel Persiani, Amy Trexler, 
Steve Lisa, Missy Woodfield, Lisa Wiedeman, Kristen Nissley, Dale Ziegler, Melissa Kucks 



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HOT COPY 



Once again the Conestogan 
fit its theme, Building Blocks, 
to a tee. The yearbook was 
built upon blocks, Jamie 
Byrne, advisor, and co- 
editors-in-chief, Amy 
Herman and Kelly Carlson. 
With their help and guid- 
ance, the assistant and sec- 
tion editors along with the 
rest of the staff worked hard 
to produce the best book pos- 
sible. The Conestogan was 
awarded second place in a 
competition sponsored by 
the Columbia Scholastic 
Press Association. 
The campus weekly newspa- 



per, The Etownian, contin- 
ued to inform and entertain 
its readers this year. Editor- 
in-chief Daniel Connolley 
stated, "through quality and 
consistency, the paper has 
been built and has undergone 
a lot of change". The pub- 
lication increased in number 
of pages and was filled with 
interesting news stories. Con- 
tent of the newspaper includ- 
ed new developments on 
campus, world news, weekly 
columns, ads from local busi- 
nesses, and updates on E- 
town sporting events. 




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Kimberly Lipsky and Amy Trexler 
work on layouts for a section of the 
yearbook. 



Paul Mushick prepares a layout for 
the sports page of the Etownian. 




rOWNIAN STAFF - First 
w:Tammy Dotts, Dale Ziegler, 
)ira Shaughnessy. Amy Noble. 
:ond Row: Casi Clocker, Ronni 
11, Paul Mushick. Wendy Mayer, 
ird Row: Mike Holdren, Dan 
nnolly. Jeff Francis. Jamie Byrne. 



Ivisor Jamie Byrne and Co- 
nors, Amy Herman and Kelly 
rlson. of the Conestogan. 



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FEATURES 

AKD FUN 



APB Board 
Steve Lisa, 



: Row 1: Udochi Amachi, Eileen O'Donnel Row 2: Tracy Kjwak. 
Rick Cappadonna. Annemane Mohr. Gina Hunsicker. 




This year APB was definitely 
keeping the campus busy 
with many activities. The 
year started out with a chuck- 
le and the magic of Comedy 
of Sam Simon. ANd that was 
just the beginning. Through- 
out the year APB had great 
entertainment — top movies 
like Flatliners, Born on the 
Fourth of July, and Three 
Men and a Little Lady. Imag- 
ine great movies at a bargain 
price of one dollar. Yes, APB 
had a plendid year. Not only 
were there weekly dances but 
special acts. Etown saw 
Hazelle in her one woman 



show. She was not only funn' 
but informative. Doah, , 
contemporary world musi 
group not only brough 
smiles to faces they put hap 
piness in our hearts. Week 
ends were hot and so were th 
weekdays. For those bored o: 
Thursday night there wa 
BINGO in the Jays nest 
There were prizes for all wir 
ners. An organization of sti 
dents providing informativ 
and entertaining activities i 
what APB does. And if yo 
thought this year was gre£ 
wait till you see what ne> 
year brings. 



Student Senate: Row 1: Aiken, Baker, Matejicka, Schramm, Loose, Lipsky, Abaza, 
Miller. Baxter. Howell, Savino, Ross. Bush. Metz. Baker. Gaukler Row 2: Massey, 
Kurczewski. Bell, Germond, Nix, James, Cushman, Oberst, Keepers, Helsel Row 
3: Strayer, Snyder, Graybill. Mott. Simmons. Raine. Ettl, Tallman. Holdren Row 
4: Dufaly, DeAngehs. 




Sr. Class Officers: Sharif Abaza, John Baxter, Tracy Phillips, Anne Miller. 



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Jr. Class Officers — Herb Nix. Heather Frank, and Ronni Bell. 



town students enjoy playing Ann Mane Mohr, Rick Cap- 
ie world game during the padonna, and Gina Hunsicker 
pnng semester. 




Fr. Class Officers — Kevin Pugti. \l\ssa Metz. Alan Ross. Melissa Bush. 
Tim keepers. 




Alpha Mu — First Row: B. Hassinger. B. Myers, B. Noms, R. Runkle, A. 
Loose, C. Links, R. Scheibner. Second Row: J. Herr. C. McHose, R. Demby, 
A. Simon, M. Gnest, P. Wolf, M. Rohrbacher, B. Bacon. B. Gaulker, K. 
Haldeman. 




Pi Thela Epsilon — First Row:L. Hennen, M Dalton. K. Peters, G. Menzo, J. 
Stitley, M. Neely, T. Latzo. Second Row: B. Salva, D. Clayton, C. Blatchley, 
M. Schramm, D. Brewer, J. Segletes. J. Smith 









MUSIC 
MASTERS 



Alpha Mu is the music ther- 
apy club on campus. The or- 
ganization held monthly 
meetings and sponsored 
films and guest speakers for 
all students and faculty in- 
terested in music therapy. In 
the past. Alpha Mu members 
were active in the regional 
and national music therapy 



student organizations. Thi 
past year, the club had heli 
numerous fundraisers to es 
tablish the Dr. Jenn 
Shinn( 1942- 1989) Memoria 
Scholarship. Alpha Mu wa 
proud to announce that th 
first scholarship will b 
awarded for the fall of 1992 



Two horn players work hard to produce the best sound possible. 



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Delphi Society — First Row:Riclc Graybill, Enc Myers, Dr. Graybill. Amy Herman, Janei Bowler. 
Second Row; Beverly Piscetielli, Dawn Mane Anderson, Cyndi Blecker, Melissa Snyder. Kelly Strayer, 
Jennifer Riley. Tim Aiken, Jen Se&letes, Holly Kreider, Denise Polin. Dr Bucher. Third Row: Dr 
Campbell, Keith Camilli, Jamie Farkcas, Gary Prem, Stephanie Carpenter, Julie Stuley, Heather 
Frank, Jay Varrato. Ellen KJeinstuber, Dr McClellan, Mr. Hednck. 




iteve Enoch practices during brass 
nsemble on a thursday evening. 



As president of Alpha Mu, 
Ann Marie Loose sells 
hotdogs to Gina Menzo at the 
midway during homecoming. 



Chemistry Club — First Row: Jen Green, Cyndi McHarness, Kclli Gray. 
Amy Herman, JeffThompson. Second Row: Wendy Marsh, Michael McGin- 
nis, Tim McKenzie, Sharon Duff. Brian Barr, Mike Schaeberlc, Brett Pres- 
ton. Colleen Matejicka. 




Physics Club — First Row: Beth Batcho, Sarah Steuber, Renee Hatter. 
Second Row: Jody Bardelli. Amy Herman. Mary Jo Stuckey. Third Row: Dr. 
Stuckey, Bob Cassidy, JeffThompson. 



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IABC — First Row: Steph Teoli, Kelly Carlson, Moira Shaughnessy, Kim Hall, 
Rachel Zenhausern, Heidi Perry, Brian Lemma. Second Row: Julie Phillips, 
Danielle Rouiller, Ann McClure, Dale Zeigler, Amy Noble, Traci MUsser, Alicia 
Dolan, Christine Gallagher. Third Row: Dave Hershey, Bill Ushler, Ken Jacob, 
Linda Vondercrone, Amy Fink, Dan Connolly, Ron Tomasello, Eileen O'Donnell. 



ROCK AND ROLL 



August 25, 1990 was a day 
for the history books of 
Elizabethtown College, one 
that the staff of WWEC will 
never forget. The students 
and faculty of the Commu- 
nications Department 
worked for six years to 
achieve this goal and dream. 
No longer were they WWEC 
640 AM, but WWEC 88.3 
FM. 



Weekends of the previous 
summer had been devoted to 
setting up new policies and 
procedures which would lead 
to that fateful day. During a 
test-broadcast, the station 
that had hoped to reach Her- 
shey went beyond, to York, 
Harrisburg, and Lancaster. 
The first year of broadcasts 
was devoted to the establish- 
ment of WWEC within the 



Elizabethtown College com- 
munity. Broadcasts began 
from churches in the area, 
comments from government 
officials, live news readers, 
war coverage, high school 
dj's, broadcasts of the E-town 
High School Bears as well as 
Blue Jay and Lady Jay Bas- 
ketball action. 

The seniors who led WWEC 
in its first year will be missed. 



Ron Tomasello and Bil 
Ushler will go down ir 
WWEC history as the firsi] 
station managers of WWEC 
FM. Erine Larossa, Briar 
Lemma, and Linds 
Vondercorne, also contribut- 
ed to make the station what i 
is today. 



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ECTV — First Row: Ed Johnson. Sherri Bjornstad, Jim Gould. Healher 
Cochrane. Sean Young, Brian Lemma, David HofT. Second Row: Heather 
White, Amy Fink, Marcus Grimm, Mark Ditlman, Ernie Larossa. 




SCJ — First Row: Kjmberly Lipsky, Sheryl Campbell. Dan Connolly, Eileen 
O'Donnell. Second Row: Ron Tomasello. Kelly Carlson, Bill Ushler, Amy 
Herman. Michael Sevareid. 



WEC — First Ro» Ed Johnson Brian Lemma, 
ken O'Donnell Second Rom Bill I shier 
lem Bjorncslad. Danielle Rouillcr, Ron 
sello Third Ro» Ernie Larossa Rob Na- 
ill Martus dnmm Linda Vondcrcronc Fred 
itk 



The "ON AIR" sign ai rest; a 
rare occurrence at WWEC. 



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ON AIR 





Sock & Buskin — First Row:Dotis. Brennan, Suzabee. Scwcll. Hayes. Second Row: Snook. 
Tullio, Slavm. Casell, Zenhauscrn. Risser, Keller, Roughgarden. Third Row: Pease, Obersl, 
Feeney. Lee, Fosier. Hoffman. Noble Founh Row: Florin, Caggiano, Randies. Fifth Row; Ettl. 
Kirouac, Sinay, Jacob, Scon. Bortz, Finlan. 



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Habitat for Humanity — First Row:K.Lipsky, H. Cromie.L Manzo, J. Ragar. 
B.Preston Second Row: M.Pollak, D. Adamucci, K. Anger, J. Hanlon, S. 
Westerfield, B. Tembo, M. McGinnis Third Row:A. Trexler, M. Schramm, 
D. Brewer, C. Small, D. Lewis, B. Kirkner, T. Tillman, Scott Campanella 





Auctioneer Keith Marks keeps the audience excited with his fa: 
talk and his light humor at the Habitat fot Humanity auction. 



Advocates for Peace — J. Riley. R. Zenhausern. A. Shoemaker, B. Boylan, M. 
Stutzman. L. Sutphen, K. Randies, K. Tufarolo, H. Kneder, B. Keller, S. 
Rainey, S.Puppala, D. Germond, A. Tu, D, Anderson, E. Foster, G. Clemens. 




Emmanuel Musa and Mike Oberholtzer cut some wood needed for the 
construction on the house. 




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Plaster 
and Paint 



This past year. Habitat for 
-lumanily was officially rec- 
>gnized as the 100th campus 
:hapter in the nation. Opper- 
iting with approximatley fif- 
y active members, the club 
vas affliated with York Hab- 
tat for Humanity. Through- 
lut the year, the group was 
nvolved in several phases of 
instruction on a home in 
ted Lion. They spent several 
laturdays roofing, siding, 
(itching the foundation and 
tainting. In addition, they 
lso served as the hosts for 
fork Habitat's annual fun- 
Iraising banquet. Over 



Spring Break, 20 members of 
the campus traveled to Ten- 
nessee to assist in the con- 
struction of a home. As a 
fundraiser. Habitat held its 
first campus/community auc- 
tion. Keith Marks auctioned 
out seventy-six items donat- 
ed by members of the com- 
pus and community. Over 
$1000 was raised and pro- 
ceeds were donated to York 
Habitat and the national or- 
ganization. 



Members of Habilal finish Ihc 
side of a home in Tennessee. 





SOI * — lirM Ko« K Kca. J Bandl, k Ridgely. I ( ampi- 
U-usihm-f Stu.nd Ku* M Necly. L Henncn. 1 Ui/o. M P 
Slasin B Willison. T. Bidle, K Ehoist IhirdKuw I k.mhall 
Brewer M Sihrammk Nurd ( Mem S Lisa 



II. H ( romu-. k Caswell. A 
ill.il, ( AlphmJ Bcnlun. M 
J del hcuball.l BlaUlKV ) 



Mclloll, G 

Dallun k 
Sulk). D 




Amnesty Intemational — First row:C. Cooper, D. Williams, A. Pease Second 
Row:M. Greist, J Rohrkemper, S.campanella. K. Morris. M. Hessenhaver.D. 
Schaffer, S. Hackenburg. 




Campus Gold — C. Links, J. Gockley, B.Gaukler. 



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Circle K 



Circle K — First Row:Mohr, Tumbule, Mifflin, Taranto, Wolyniak Second Row:Rahn,Slozer. 
Runk. Delleti, Banks, Hayes. Coleman. Lycknell. Schmehl, McBeth. Miller, Rocca, Hanlon, 
Edwards, Roberts Third ROw;Scarpino, Mahan, Simpson, Risser, Rhoades, Hoffman. DeLong, 
Manzer Fourth RowHannon. Rea, Wosiski, Mitchell. Mateer. Repko, Welsh, Ballmer. 
Hardwick, Weaver. Weeks. Smith. Caramamy 



Remember when the BSC 
lounge was turned into a mini 
hospital and you were won- 
dering if you should donate 
blood? What about the time 
you were terrified in the 
haunted helath center? Who 
could forget the ritual tie cut- 
ting ceremony? Well, all of 
these scary yet fun activities 
ere sponsored by Circle K. 



This service club was cor 
stantly reaching out with hel 
for many programs. The kic 
ney foundation, cystic fibre 
sis, Make-A-Wish, and th 
Ronald McDonatld Hous 
are just a few of the grour. 
that Circle K worked har 
for. This 62 member club 
sponsored by th 
Elizabethtown Kiwanis Clul 




Students for Choice — First Row:Spofford, Wright, Johnson, Oberst, Ehret 
Second Row:Bonnette, Saienni, Feeney, Johnson, McColgan. DeRamus. 
Whitmore. 



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IVCF — First Row:B. Markle. A Lichtenwalkner, C. Rogers. H. Heckler, 
B. Miller Second Row:T. Oberst, S. Tressler, E. Paules, C. Myers, J. Lesh, D. 
Dorman. C. Sechler, J. Merhar, K. Woodwshick, KWilliams, S, Brooks, M. 
Brail. 




Three students clown around in the 
hotel hallway. 



Club officers pose with their scrap- 
book and a trophy after the banquet. 





Brethren Student Fellowship — First Row:B. DeLong. M. Miller. J. Riley 
Second Row:H. Kxeider. M. Ebersole, W. Marsh Third Row:D. Germond, W. 
Hutchinson, W. Judd, C. Bucher. 



Circle K. members pose with an 
award after a ceremony this year. 




Members of the commuter council pose for a picture. 




Democrats — First row:J.Kintzer. A. Bonnette Second row:M.Amatucci, T. 
McClain, T.May, D. Lewis.T.Jennings, N. Phillips. 










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Outdoor Club — First row:J. Hull. C.LeFevre, B. Kjrkner. M. Fieldhouse, M 
Degler. V.Moyer, W. Jacobs. T. Kimball Second row:M. Schaeberle. J. Miller, 
A. Bonnette, K. Sleginski, L. Barnhurst. B.Preston. D.Degler. K. Milkvy, T. 
Hoffman Third row:A.Liu, L.lreland. M. Sandford, D. Seifert. M. Garrison, 
M. McGinnis, R Pezely. 




Democrat 
Debate 




This year the College Dem- 
ocrats had a small, but loyal 
following of dedicated party 
members. The purpose of the 
club was to discuss democrat- 
ic beliefs and become active 
with individual issues within 
the campaign process. 
Among the many activityes 
of the College Democrats, a 
political forum, dealing with 



the Persian Gulf Crisis, wa( 
created. Also, phone bankin 
during the election and tafc 
ing a trip to the capita 
Freshman Don Lewis state 
that "The College Democra 
is more than just a club. It 
something that will influend 
me throughout my entii 
life." 



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Political Science — Firsl row:R. Cox. J. Breen. D. Rocca, A. Richard- 
sonSecond row:J. Bearly, M. Little, F. Deangelis. A. PeaseThird row:S. 
Murphy. L. Wampler. S. Tregea, M. Garrison, K. Shuman. D. Helms. 




bnya McClain reads an article to Members of the Democrats Club re- International Club — First row: T. Hoffman. J. Mandeke. J. Sanai. R. Odean 
tepare for a meeting. view notes after a meeting. Second row:B. Holran. A. Mervani. Ho. Olarte. R. Saienni. G. Siyani. A. 

Pease. K. Morris. M. Hphusu. K. Randies Third row: R. Patel. S. Kresm. J. 

Ravenscroft. 




Band Staff — First row:M. Neely. B. Norm. J. Riley. E. KJeinstuber, A. 
Simon. C. MatuseSecond row:R. Smith. C. Myers, C. Links, K. Akehurst. E. 
Czetti. P. McEwen, J. Merhar. E O'Donnell. P. Wolf. S. Bacon. L. Francis. 



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Club 
Input 



Computer 
Davies, G. 



Science row — First row:A. Grubb, D. Tregaskis Second row:C. 
Plott. G. Grohotolski. J. Lerch, Prof. Evans. 



This departmental club is 
made up of Computer Sci- 
ence majors and other inter- 
ested students who meet on 
an occasional basis to discuss 
current issues and have social 
get togethers, such as pizza 
parties. Members of this 
scholastic club have the op- 
portunity to become active 



members of the Data Pre 
cessing Management Associ 
ation or the Association fo 
Computing Machinery. Bot 
organizations give the sti 
dents an advantage in learr 
ing about new technologj 
plus prepare them to becom 
integral parts of the colleg 
community. 




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ommunicaiions major Angie Professor EvansGreg Grohoiolski, 
axlon works in Steinman. one of and Glenn Plott attend a club meet- 




Math Club — First row:T. Aiken, T. Barner, R. Graybill, E. KJeinstuber, M. 
Snyder, J. Koontz Second row:E. Bucher, M. Benamati, J. Farkas, H. Kreider, 
T. Tillman, B. Gavaletz. S. Slozer, B. Batcho Third row:G. Baldwin, C. Fierro, M. 
Baker, G. Wiessner. M. Sahd. L. Lehman. C. Roscoe. B. Davis, H. Bona. D. Polin. 
M. Miller. J.Shatto, S. Taylor, D.Lewis. 






Marketing Club — K. Carlson, L. Robinson, A. Billom. H. Puro, B. Russo, C. 
DeLong, M. de las Alas. 




SAM — R. Motl, J. Fisher, K. Ennghl, M. Jordan. J. Lerch. J. Greentree, D. 
Lutes, M. Byers, M. Olson. 



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Brass 



Cfubs 



Circle K 



Chemistry 




Black Student Union 



Lacrosse 



Riding 



SAM 



Brethren Student Fellowship 



Outdoor 




Alpha Mu 




Marketing 



Campus Gold 



Band Staff 



SOTA 



Habitat for Humanity 



IVCF 



Math 



Physics 



History 



Students for Choice 



Psi Chi 




Advocates for Peace 



English 



International 



Alpha Lambda Delta 



Computer Science 



Photography 



IABC 



College Democrats 



Accounting 



MENC 




Volleyball 



Republicans 



Amnesty International 



Pre-Law 



Biology 



Education 




Sigma Tau Delta 



Newman 



SIFE 






Commuters 



Campus Forum 



Delphi Society 



Social Work 



Political Science 

Psychology 
Sock and Buskin 




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For the past four years, the class of 1991 has 
worked hard to build a library of knowl- 
edge which has made them the profes- 
sionals they are now. 

The class took a real interest in campus and 
community. Members of the class were 
very active in many aspects of college life 
including Student Senate, departmental 
clubs, and administrative committees. 
Class members spent some time to remem- 
ber yester year at the senior banquet held 
in April. This dinner featured a slide show 
of kiddie pictures of unsuspecting mem- 
bers of the class. The slide show was a big 
success and will now become an annual 
event for the graduating class. 
The senior class gift to the college was a 
scenic spot between Musser and the BSC. 
Class members hope students will relax on 
the benches and enjoy the flowers and the 
trees. 




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72 Seniors 




Seniors 73 



Sharif N. Abaza 

Business Administration 

Kathleen J. Adams 

Occupational Therapy 

Kimberly Adams 

Elementary Education 



Denise Adamucci 

English Literature 

Alicia Aghameldi 

Accounting 

Catalina L. Aguilera 



Curt Altland 

History 

Rochelle I. Altman 

English Literature 

Dawn Marie Anderson 

Biology /Pre-Med 



Michelle Andre 

Occupational Therapy 

Raymond W. Andrews III 

English/Professional Writing 

Robert Annino 

Elementary Education 










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William J. Aylward 
Biology /Pre-Med 
Amy Blackenstone 
Professional Writing 
Karen L. Baiersdorfer 
Communications 






Stacy Lee Baily 

Social Studies 

John Bair 

Business Administration 

Theresa A. Baker 

Communications 






Jodi-Lyn Bardelli 

Early Childhood Education 

Susan M. Bardman 

Communications 

Tammy Bamer 

Mathematics/Secondary Education 








Brian K. Barr 

Biochemistry 

Elizabeth Mary Batcho 

Mathematics 

John L. Baxter III 

Accounting 



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Kimberly A. Bedner 

Elementary Education 

Karen D. Benner 

Business Administration 

Celeste Bernhardt 

Elementary Education 



Daniel Blanch 

Social Studies 

Christina M. Blatchley 

Occupational Therapy 

Janet Mae Bowler 

Biology/Business Administration 




Jan M. Bowser 
Elementary Education 
Beth Boylan 
English/Professional Writing 
Melissa A. Brail 
English/Professional Writing 




Cheri Ann Brane 

Accounting 

Kxistine Mary Brennan 

Professional Writing 

Jennifer L. Bretz 

Elementary Education 






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Dawn Brewer 
Occupational Therapy 
Timothy W. Bricker 
Business Administration 
Wendy J. Bright 
Business Administration 





Jennifer Brown 
Elementary Education 
Lesley Bryant 
Elementary Education 
Andrea L. Bugash 
English/Professional Writing 



Kenneth C. Burkey 
Business Administration 
Peter Busch 
Political Science 
Laura Ann Butterwick 
Biology/Pre-Med 



Noreen A. Cahill 

History 

Keith A. Camilli 

Business Administration 

Scott Campanella 

Biology 




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Stephanie L. Carpenter 
Elementary Education 
Deborah L. Can- 
Accounting 
Robert Martin Cassidy III 
Physics 



James J. Cernansky 

Business Administration 

Emanuel Chayi 

Communications 

Elisabeth T. Cheng 

Business Administration 



David Chinchar 

Accounting 

Elizabeth Clarkin 

Occupational Therapy 

Dawn L. Clayton 

Occupational Therapy 



Mark D. Cline 

Communications 

Ralph C. Clouser III 

Business Administration 

Heather Ellen Cochrane 

Communications 




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Melissa J. Coll 

Chemistry /Med-Tech 

Elizabeth A. Compton 

Biology 

Dan J. Connolly 

Communications 



Kristin Conrad 
Occupational Therapy 
Catherine A. Cooper 
Occupational Therapy 
Jeffery William Coron 
Finance 



Christine M. Courpas 

Communiations 

Kami Jean Curtis 

Psychology 

Duane Dagen 

English/Professional Writing 



Marc Daigle 
Biology/Pre-Med 
Diana L. Daniels 
Occupational Therapy 
Elizabeth R. Dean 
English/Professional Writing 




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Janine Terese DeCheubell 

Occupational Therapy 

Maryann Christine DeFilippo 

Social Work 

Lisa M. Delnegro 

Occupational Therapy 



Joseph A. Denlinger 

Business Administration 

Kim Dickinson 

Elementary Education 

Ross Patrick Diedoardo 

Psychology 



Denise R. Diemer 

Occupational Therapy 

Gregory R. Donecker 

Business Administration 

Tammy L. Dotts 

English/Professional Writing 



Benn A. Druck 

Occupational Therapy 

Aimee L. Duerr 

Accouting 

Michael Paul Default 

Business Administration 




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Sharon L. Duff 

Chemistry/Medical Technology 
Matthew C. Duffy 
Political Science 
Nancy Dunmyer 
Biology/Pre-Veterinary Medicine 



Kimberly A. Duyssen 

Psychology 

Craig Eby 

Business Administration 

Amy Lynn Etter 

Social Work 




y Evans 



Spanish 

Lisa Falcone 

Sociology 

Angela Feola 

Early Childhood Education 



Michelle E. Fichtner 
Early Childhood Education 
Darice R. Fine 
Elementary Education 
AUyson A. Fisher 
Early Childhood Education 



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Patrick S. Fisher 

Accounting 

Lisa A. Fouchet 

Accounting 

Christine Fritzinger 

Early Childhood Education 



Chris Gallagher 

Communications 

Judith M. Garner 

Accounting 

Sandra L. Garrison 

Social Work 



Elizabeth Gaulker 

Music Therapy 

Rebecca A. Gavaletz 

Mathematics/Secondary Education 

Karen Ann George 

Business Administration 




Lisa D. Gerhart 

Elementary Education 

Sally M. Glaser 

Occupational Therapy 

Ronald L. Goodling 

Computer Science 




82 Seniors 





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Jacqueline A. Goslin 
Occupational Therapy 
Lori Leigh Gosweiler 
Elementary Education 
James A. Gould 
Communications 




Kelli G. Gray 

Biology 

Richard C. Graybill 

Business Administration 

Debra Paige Gress 

Elementary Education 



Leslie J. Griffith 
Biology/Pre-Med 
Crystal Grover 
Elementary Education 
Margaret Gryczko 
Occupational Therapy 



Harold M. Hallman III 
Business Administration 
James C. Hansbury 
Business Administration 
Susan Louise Harclerode 
Accounting 



Seniors 83 



Matthew S. Harrison 

English 

Wendy L. Harvey 

Modem Language 

Rebecca L. Heath 

Biology 



Amy J. Herman 

Chemistry/Physics Education 

Courtney L. Herpich 

Early Childhood Education 

Steven Herr 

Social Work 



Jonathan M. Hersh 

Psychology 

David J. Hershey 

Communications 

Bonnie Sue Hess 

English/Professional Writing 



Paul S. Hester 

Biology 

D. Grant Hibberd 

Psychology 

David Paul HofT 

Communications 




84 Seniors 




Carol A. Hoffer 

Accounting 

Grace Ann Hogan 

Early Childhood Education 

Micheal W. Holdren 

Business Administration 



Lee Edward Huff 

Business Administration 

Patrick M. Huggins 

History 

Daphine L. Huntzinger 

Business Administration 



Scott Hurst 
Accounting 
Deborah Jackson 
Elementary Education 
Jacquelin A. James 
Biology 






Maria Jannotti 

Early Childhood Education 

Jay W. Jenkins 

Political Science 

Julie Jobes 

Communications 



Seniors 85 




Alan L. Johnson 

Business Administration 

Elayne Renee Jones 

Elementary Education 

Mary E. Jones 

Elementary Education 



Marion Lynn Jordon 

Business Administration 

Colleen Kelty 

Early Childhood Education 

Kirk Keppley 

Social Studies 



Jill S. Ketterman 

English Education 

Tanya Kimball 

Occupational Therapy 

Matthew J. King 

Political Science 



Jamie Knowles 

Early Childhood Education 

Sue Kreider 

Elementary Education 

Travis Kreiser 

Business Administration 




86 Seniors 








Joseph J. Kropiewnicki 
Business Administration 
Melissa A. Rucks 
Communications 
Timothy J. Kulbacki 
Business Administration 






Elizabeth Brooke Lacy 
Elementary Education 
Kimberly L. Lambert 
Elementary Education 
Amy L. Lambrecht 
SocialWork 




Mark A. Landis 
Accounting 
Ernie Larossa 
Communications 
Brian David Lemma 
Communications 



Sofia E. Lemperes 
Business Administration 
John J.B. Lerch IV 
Business Administration 
Pamela Kay Levan 
Elementary Education 



Seniors 87 



Brian Libby 

Business Administration 

Cindy Links 

Music Therapy 

Kimberly Marie Lipsky 

Communications 



Melissa Anjanette Little 

Political Science 

David S. Lorelli 

Business Administration 

Alicia M. Lyter 

Psychology 



Melissa Marder 

Communications 

Robert S. Mathews II 

Business Administration 

Krista Mazurkevich 

Occupational Therapy 



Kelli McAndrew 

Elementary Education 

Tonya A. McClain 

Political Science 

Timothy N. McGlaughlin 

Biochemistry 




88 Seniors 



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Kellie McGowan 
Occupational Therapy 
Timothy B. McKenzie 
Biochemistry 
Tamela J. Mellott 
Political Science 



Douglas Merrifield 

Accounting 

Amy L. Michener 

Early Childhood Education 

Brittany Lyn Mifflin 

Accounting 



Anne Nicole Miller 
Biology 

Susan Misiolek 

Mathematics/Secondary Education 
Andrea Mitchell 
English/Professional Writing 



Keith Monaco 
Chris E. Morgan 
Business Administration 
Jennifer C. Morin 
Occupational Therapy 






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Seniors 89 



Chris Morris 

Elementary Education 

Jaclyn L. Moyer 

Communications 

Ronald E. Moyer 

Business Administration 



Moinca G. Mphusu 

Communications 

Sharon Murphy 

Political Science 

Crystal L. Myers 

Social Work 



Eric C. Myers 
English Education 
Deborah Ann Naradko 
Occupational Therapy 
Laura M. Nicholas 
English/Professional Writing 



Kristin Nissley 

Occupational Therapy 

Diane M. Owensby 

Mathematics 

Tammy Marie Parmer 

Elementary Education 




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Tina M. Rahn 

Psychology 

Mark A. Rathsam 

Communications 

James Ravenscroft 

Marketing 



KeUie S. Redline 

Social Work 

Tamra L. Reigel 

Business Administration 

Robert Rey 

Sociology 



Sally W. Richards 
Marketing 
Danielle Rouiller 
Communications 
Timna W. Royer 
Occupational Therapy 



Lisa Kay Sauder 

Elementary Education 

William T. Sawyer 

Business Education 

Kristin M. Scarpino 

Early Childhood Education 




92 Seniors 





Donna J. Scharr 
Accounting 
Rebecca A. Scheidel 
Social Work 
Carolyn E. Schemick 
English Education 



Dean G. Scheurich 

Business Administration 

Elizabeth Schiedt 

Early Childhood Education 

David Schlegel 

Biology 



Mary Frances Schramm 
Occupational Therapy 
Marci J. Seller 
Elementary Education 
Vivian S. Sewell 
Occupational therapy 




John D. Shatto 
Mathematics 
Deborah Jean Shaw 
Accounting 
Mararet B. Shupp 
Business Administration 



Seniors 93 






Kara L. Simons 

Occupational Therapy 

Susan A. Slozer 

Mathematics/Secondary Education 

Amy Jo Smith 

Business Administration 



Steven E. Smith 

Business Administration 

William A. Smith 

Political Science 

Laura M. Snelick 

Occupational Therapy 



Scott Snyder 

Business Administration 

Chris Spizzieri 

Biology /Pre-Med 

Lisa Maree Spofford 

Social Work 



Julie C. Stitly 

Occupational Therapy 

Rhonda K. Stouffer 

Accounting 

Melissa J. Stutzman 

Psychology 




94 Seniors 



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Rhonda Sue Sulphin 
Elementary Education 
Elyse L. Sylvester 
Communications 
Antonio J. Tavares 
Business Administration 



Stephanie Ann Taylor 
Mathematics 
Benson Tembo 
Communications 
Stephanie M. Teoli 
Communications 



Jeffrey Paul Thompson 

Biochemistry 

Brenda Lynn Thomson 

Psychology 

Ronald L. Tomasello 

Communications 



Trang Mai Tran 
Ocupational Therapy 
Diane Tregaskis 
Computer Science 
Carolyn A. Tullio 
Social Work 




Seniors 95 



Wayne Underkoffler 

Business Administration 

William R. Ushler 

Communications 

Shane D. Varner 

Business Administration 



Jay D. Varrato 

Biology /Pre-Med 

Matthew L. Vogel 

Accounting 

Linda A. Vondercrone 

Communications 



Susan Marie Walcher 

Occupational Therapy 

Brenda K. Walker 

Business Administration 

Daniel T. Walker 

Business Administration 



Jeff P. Walmsley 

Communications 

Tracey Walton 

Elementary Education 

Laura L. Wampler 

Political Science 




96 Seniors 





Gregory S. Wareham 
Occupational Therapy 
Natalie A. Warwick 
Sociology/Anthropology 
Teresa A. Watson 
Sociology/Human Services 






Jodi L. Weidman 
Communications 
Deborah C. Weigand 
Psychology 
KJmberly E. Weller 
Psychology 






Douglass A. Wells Jr. 

Ron Wence 

Mathematics/ Secondary Education 

Elizabeth Witaker 

Business Administration 



Megan L. White 
Elementary Education 
Lisa Wiedman 
David Scott Wilkie 
Elementary Education 




Seniors 97 



Deborah E. Williams 

Psychology 

Deborah L. Williams 

Mathematics 

Jennifer L. Wineberg 

Occupational Therapy 



Sean Young 

Communications 

Marsha A. Zablotney 

Psychology 

Kimberly Zhookoff 

Business Administration 



Felix Zvarick 

McAndrews Burns 

Political Science 




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Elizabethtown freshmen, sophomores, and 
juniors are all striving toward their senior 
year and graduation. Along the way, they 
quietly build up confidence in themselves 
and their ability to perform in the pro- 
fessional world. Each year is a stepping 
stone for every Elizabethtown student. 
With each step, a student gets closer to the 
goal. . .graduation. 

As freshmen entered the college, they 
viewed High Library as just a building on 
campus and freshmen seminars were part 
of core. To them, nothing seemed different. 
However, as Elizabethtown College grows 
and builds upon itself, these freshmen will 
experience change. 

On the other hand, the sophomores and 
juniors were part of the the Librarys con- 
struction and to them a freshmen seminar 
seems foreign. 

In the future the surroundings will con- 
tinue to change, as Zug is renovated and 
Rider Hall is to be torn down. 



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ROYER 

This year was an especially 
successful one for Royer. A 
combination of resident sup- 
port, a strong hall council, 
and a motivated RA staff has 
made for some excitement. 
In October the building 
helped promote alcohol 
awareness week. The RA 
staff held a "speak easy" of 
sorts. They brought in a panel 
of recovering alcoholics who 
shared their experiences with 
those who came to this pro- 
gram. 

In November Royer set out 
to make the point that "Talk 
is Cheap". It dealt with ex- 
pression and touched on 
everything from censorship 
to body language. Highlights 
of the week were Sherry Al- 
bert's sign language demon- 
stration and a candlelight 
vigil by the lake in honor of 
the troops at the gulf. Yellow 
ribbons were tied on trees all 
around campus. 



TOP: First Row: Julie Urland. Jen 
Gieniec. Second Row: Amy Rieck, 
Jennifer Moore, Noel Muller, Chris- 
tine McGay, Cindy Arnold, Karen 
Fryer. Third Row: Beth McCarter, 
Lisa McDonald. Mandy Sandford. 
Heather Frank. 

MIDDLE: First Row: Michelle 
Aitala. Second Row: Krysta Randies. 
Katie Shannon, Jen Green, Gretchen 
Yutzler. Third Row: Kirsten 
Henricksen, Krista Wosiski, 
Samantha Polt, Susan Mitschang. 
Fourth Row: Denise Diehl, Kristie 
Wise, Sherri Wysong, Sandy Childs, 
Terri Hoffman. 

BOTTOM: First Row: Becky Has- 
singer. Itxaso San Juan Munot, 
Lauren Sutphen, Patty Wilson. Sec- 
ond Row: Heather Conway, Traci 
Musser, Monica Kidd. Third Row: 
Noelle Stiles, Melissa Mitchell, Kris- 
tin Mateer, Cathy Evans. Fourth 
Row: Chin Ko, Christina Patton. 
Renee Rainville. 







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TOP:First Row: Debbie Shafer, 
Michelle Reiner, Stacy Gallagher, 
Sherry Bowman, Pamela Penglase, 
Angele Tran, Kelly Strayer. Second 
Row: Monika Freitag, Michelle Ba- 
ker, Gwyn Habingreither, Michele 
Lee Kozimor, Beth Havener, Dana 
Knorr. Third Row: Chris Muller, 
Lisa Bachman, Patty Trala, Kim 
Lehto. Kristin Niedbala, Keri Miller. 
MIDDLE: First Row: Colleen 
Schmehl. Jennifer Rhoades, Joyce 
Fisher. Second Row: Kristen Hoff- 
man, Jen Brown, Angela Shin, 
Denise Zeoli. Third Row: Mara 
Tucker, Elizabeth Doyle, Susanna 
Grubb, Jennifer Bretz. 
BOTTOM: First Row: Angela Kus- 
pa, Heidi Adams. Second Row: Ka- 
ren Enright, Sue Kirouac, Patty Bo- 
lanowski. Third Row: Amy 
Ruddock, Carol McErlean, Heather 
Heller, Sheri Siebenson, Michelle 
Buonanno, Mary Beth Simpson. 




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FOUNDERS 

Founders was "flying on the 
wings of love" this year, and 
housing 3 1 5 students in four 
separate wings. Their theme 
month was appropriately 
placed in February. Founders 
is home for many activities. 
Each RA holds monthly hall 
meetings to discuss various 
activities and to keep the res- 
idents up-to-date on the lat- 
est news. 

Founders Dorm Council 
sponsors programs, which are 
held in the main lobby of 
Founders. These include: Fri- 
day and Saturday night 
dances, lip syncs, and various 
guest speakers who discuss 
topics that relate to college 
life. Founders also sponsors a 
picnic at Lake Placida, each 
spring for their residents. 
Founders is the newest and 
largest residence hall on cam- 
pus. It is also said to be the 
most secluded. 

Top:First Row: Udochi Amachi. Sec- 
ond Row: Nicole Garrett. Sheila Mc- 
Sweeney, Linda Lawrence. Amy 
Goodling, Talitha Johnson. Third 
Row: Crissy Stem, Meaghan Ettl, 
Cara Allen, Michelle Sleighter, Cher- 
yl Cinkutis. Fourth Row: Jenny 
Schork, Ann Risser, Sandy McCol- 
gan. Terry Oberst. 

Middle: First Row: Sue Burkhouse, 
Jason Ackerman, Alyssa Metz, Alan 
Ross. Second Row: Rich Bagenstose, 
Marcy Stanson, Debbie Dremis, 
Angie Mellot. Third Row: Rebecca 
Smith, Jason Luciano, Tracee Fultz, 
Steve Lisa, Scott Milller, Tony Shif- 
flett, Jason Sowers. Fourth Row: 
Anne Pease, Dena DellaRocca, 
Tricia Hagedorn, Don Lewis, Jen- 
nifer Weeks. AnneMarie Mohr. 
Kevin Miller. Fifth Row: Jeff Hall, 
Andrew Long. 

Bottom:First Row: James Hosking. 
Brian Panella, Kevin Pugh, Mere- 
dith Phelps, Rushelle McCarney, 
Jennifer Greentree. Second Row: 
Sharon Kurkis. Cheri Brane, Diane 
Tregaskis, Marc Olson, Ceri Davies, 
Robert Mott. Third Row: Rae Lynn 
Cox, Cynthia Praul. Andrea John- 
son, Paul Castillo, Steven Treagea, 
Jerry Turner. 




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Top: First Row: Jen Moran, Steph- 
anie Gibson. Second Row: Wendy 
Greenfield, Deb Pechart, Monica 
Lindsey. 

Middle:First Row: C.T. Miller. Sec- 
ond Row: Julie Heffner, Heather 
Florin, Stephanie Wright, Tammy 
Hershberger, Laurie Lehman, Tara 
Postens, Deb Frain. Third Row: Al- 
lison Poore, Gina Wiessner, Jen 
Fidler, Emily Foster, Angel Persiani, 
Jen Walter. Fourth Row: Matt Sodd, 
Jack Stiner, Chris Garrett, Frank 
DeAngelis, Mike Balanchick, Bill 
Ridenhour, Ken Hammaker, Tom 
Hecker, Barry Phillips. 
Bottom:First Row: First Row: 
Wendy Smith, Jen Herman. Second 
Row: Brenda Oswald, Jen Hewett, 
Amy Kline, Cindy Mallett, Jocelyn 
Jarzynski, Meghan Thomson, Liz 
Schell, Angie Heffner. Third Row: 
Jen Goldman, Dana Innerst, Laura 
Handel, Heather Hauer, Beth Rob- 
inson, Cassie Smathers, Jen Miller, 
Gina Hunsicker, Kelly Slazinski, 
Kim Watkeys. 




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Top: First Row: Mark Crane, Doug 
Whitmore. Eric Reinbold, Dane 
DeLozier. Second Row: John Reiss- 
ner. Don Ruth. David Frazier. 
Middle: First Row: Gretchen Berry, 
Jeanette Digwood. Stephanie Turn- 
bull. Second Row: Karen Haldeman. 
Heather Kostick. Julie Inherst. 
Michelle Benamati. Abiola Abrams. 
Third Row: Maureen Ferrari. Deb 
Wilson, Jessica Shue, Eileen Henry. 
Alison Smith, Laurie Greger, Jen 
Smith. Fourth Row: Tanya Johnson. 
Jen Baumbach. Steph Brubaker, 
Sabrina Johnson, Karen Peters, Em- 
ma Hardwick. Kim Craddock, Angle 
Weaver. Pam Doerr. Amy Wilson. 
Rachana Patel. 

Bottom: First Row: James Blythe. 
Scott Shepard. Mark Williams. Tim 
Gebhart. Second Row: Kim Dick- 
inson. Carolyn Bolich. Monique Pel- 
letier. Nicole Madzelan. Donna 
Tiefenthaler. Gina Baldwin. Third 
Row: Lori Ableman, Deb Lesher, 
Alicia Dolan. Heather Bailey. Ron 
Demby. Fourth Row: Steve Brody. 
Glenn Seitz. Dave Hancock. Bret 
Pental, Scott King. 




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Top: First Row: Todd May, Kellie 
McGowan, Kara Simmons, JoAnne 
Baisden, Mike Rigg, Keith Monaco. 
Second Row: Katberine Straneva, 
Tara Hamilton, Carla Gallo, Joe 
Shull, Carla Shoemaker, Tamera 
Reigel. 

Middle: First Row: Kerri Burgess, 
Christine Martin, Kim Law, Jenn 
Glynn, Jon Hersh. Second Row: 
Clayton Griffith. Third Row: Alex 
Dunnigan, Herb Nix, Gary Berger, 
John Shatto, John Teoli, Pat Hig- 
gins. Brad Walters. 
Bottom: First Row: Mike Schaeber- 
le, Chris DeLong, Nikki Danze, Kari 
Mark. Second Row: Faye Betsker. 
Jen Coates, Holly Wuldrerk, Angie 
Boblick, Kim Hoffman, Anne Bon- 
nette. Third Row: Amy Murray, 
Amy SheafTer, Lisa Sebesky, Cari 
Small, Jennifer Gotshall, Becky Da- 
vis. Fourth Row: Tim Guhl, Nick 
Guarente, Michael Johnstone, Philip 
Gale, Dave Bachand, JefT Cook, Mi- 
chael McGinnis, Brett Preston, Ravi 
Patel, John Hicks, Rodney Martzell. 



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MYER 



The 1 1 3 high-spirited and en- 
thusiastic residents of Myer 
Residence Hall were very 
busy and involved this year. 
Behind the leadership of the 
Hall Council and Residence 
Life staff, Myer particpated 
in many activities. These in- 
cluded building-wide socials, 
which were well-attended 
and lots of fun, and Myer's 
campus-wide theme week, 
"A Work of Art". 
Many pro-active hall and 
campus improvement ac- 
tions were conducted, as well 
as, activities for the hall and 
campus. Some of these activ- 
ities were: Hall Olympics, 
Pumpkingrams, movies, and 
an Aerobics-a-thon, which 
was conducted to benefit the 
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 



TOP: First Row: Pam Henderson, 
Michelle Principe. Second Row: 
Christa Foster, Wendy Matthews, 
Debbie Jackson, Gretchen Gross, 
Janis Kintzer. 

MIDDLE: First Row: Colleen Kelly. 
Cathy Newton, Mary Cardamone, 
Barb Duda. Second Row: Eve Puhal- 
la, Viv Smither, Stacy Wheeler. Gail 
Faust. Third Row: Kim Ruffner, Jen 
Riley, Linda Robinson. Elizabeth 
Barnes, Jamie Farkas, Ginger 
Yingling, Molly Greist, Bonnie Wil- 
liams. Kristie Bombarb. Tricia 
Treaster. Marhess de las Alas. 
BOTTOM: First Row: Terry Daw- 
son, Tricia Hardick. Kim Weller, 
Kim Diefendorf. Casi Clocker, Kim 
Hampson, Michelle Lenig. Beth 
Gerber. Second Row: Denise Large, 
Susan Baulig, Susan Jud, Michelle 
DeAngelis, Came Thomhill. Darla 
Everly, Patty Logan. 




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Top: First Row: Kristin Ringleb, Jen- 
nifer Baker. Brandie Tallman. Sec- 
ond Row: Christine Hannigan, 
Missy Markley, Melanie Alderfer. 
Third Row: Amy Salmon, Bobbie 
Andrews. Michele Anderson. Fourth 
Row: Karen Butts, Andrea Thorn- 
ton. Jeanine Colletie. Fifth Row: 
Betsy Holran, Karen Marlins. Beth- 
any Kirkner. 

Middle: First Row: Stephanie 
Sauder, Dana Dorrell. Tisha Frank. 
Heather Cromie, Lisa Dianno. Sec- 
ond Row: Tracy Raine. Stephanie 
Lander, Allison Travis, Julie Borst. 
Holly Wolfe. Third Row: Shannon 
Kelly, Kate Kmfka, Valerie Degler, 
Kristin Morris, Karen Brenner, Kim 
Crozier, Leisel Jacobs. Eileen 
O'Donnell, Barbara Russo, Beth 
Salva. 

Below: First Row: James Hansberry, 
Ken Jacob. Second Row: Erik Hess. 
Eric Meyer, John Deitch. Third 
Row: Chris Morris, Alec Belsky, 
Kuri Babegello, Brian Dexter, Lance 
Corey, Lance Pudding, Lalo John- 
son, Scott Potthead, Jim Dydik. 



OBER 



Ober is a centrally located 
residence hall that has two 
wings, one for women and 
one for men, which are con- 
nected by a center lobby. The 
lobby is the place for much 
activity, as residents battle 
each other by shooting pool 
and playing ping pong, or just 
to watch television. 
Each hall has its own lounge 
which are utilized for study- 
ing and gathering of hall 
members. Each month the 
RA's meet with their hall 
members to discuss the up- 
coming activities at the col- 
lege. 

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Top:First Row: Frank Brunett. Ethan 
Haas, James Greenbaum. Second 
Row: Inkuk Lee, Ron Wence, Scott 
Shuck. Phil Piercy, Jeremy 
McGuire, Dave Seifrit, John Boylan, 
Scott MacNair, Ron Swantner. Larry 
Gray, Jason Torre. Eric Allen, Dave 
Zachary, Dimitri Lodewckyx. Mark 
Carpenter, John Skiles. Third Row: 
Ray Shearer, Brian Horn. 
Middle:First Row: Craig Smith, 
Mark Landis, Jason Poley. Second 
Row: Mike Monsell, Chad Hess. 
Gary Landis. John Holme, Mike 
Hefferan, Glenn Plott, Dave Schle- 
gel. Bill Murray, Rob Sciaini, Scott 
Applegate, Rob Hurley, Curt Al- 
tland, Pat Walsh, Scott Speakman, 
Marty Rapp. Third Row: Erik 
Dipidova, Nate McClay. 
Bottom:First Row: Eric Smith, 
George Costopulous. Brian Hoby, 
Terry Harren. Second Row: Chris 
Maley, Aaron Diadoto. Kevin Runk, 
Darrel Miller, Tom Moll, Timothy 
Dellet, Matt Garrison. Rich Banks, 
Chad Hoffman, Chip Jetter. Tony 
Suozo, Dennis Lepold. Rob Kovak. 





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Top:First Row: Angie Grubb. Tiffa- 
ny Poole, Stephanie Hackenburg, 
Betsy Geistwhite, Helen Parkes, 
Renee Jacobs. Second Row: Danielle 
Ferro, Tonya Kramer, Alyssa Hum- 
mel, Carmella Hoppie, Andrea 
Coucoulas, Donna Miles, Beth Ba- 
con. Third Row: Trina Tillman, Ter- 
ri Schultz, Amy Hite, Amy Hyde, Jill 
Sprankle, Melanie Wagner, Christie 
Vincent, Patty Ivey, Kelly Sullivan. 
Middle:First Row: Ann Richardson, 
Dottie Craven. Second Row: Ann 
McClure, Charlotte LeFever, Dawn 
Pinnand. Tammy Levengood, Pam- 
ela Fillebrown, Liz Yunger. Marci 
Grossman, Cheri Parton, Jackie 
Schiavoni. Third Row: Tanya 
Kimball, Liz Dean, Missy Nealey. 
Crystal Myers, Colleen Ehret. 
Bottom:First Row: Tammy Noll, 
Jackie Caffrey, Donna Richardson, 
Katie Scattergood, Weez Gates, Lisa 
Tarsi, Renee Zeigler, Kate Strong. 
Second Row: Laurie Herbert. Janella 
Wright, Gisele Rinaldi. Lisa 
LaPourte. Michelle Neary, Amanda 
Wilson, Jennifer Hoffman. Staci 
Worley, Lynn Repko, Wendy 
Rehling, Julie Heiser. Third Row: 
Angela Kuspa, Lynn Chatterton, 
Melinda Kenney, Amy Strieker, Ka- 
ren Zimmerman, Christine 
Garabrant, Heather Parry, Deb 
Hooker. 



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SCHLOSSER 

Schlosser, which houses 206 
women, is the first residence 
hall one spots when entering 
the Elizabethtown College at- 
mosphere. Every January 
Schlosser has a theme week. 
This year's theme centered 
around "These are the days 
of our lives." The purpose of 
the week was to review sig- 
nificant events which took 
place since 1969, when this 
year's senior class was born. 
Schlosser Residence Hall 
Council produces and prints 
a monthly paper entitled 
Schlosser Small Talk. Inclu- 
sive, features various events 
taking place in their resi- 
dence halls, and as well, 
around the campus, current 
events, birthdays, poetry, and 
personal messages. 



TOP: Andrea Bugash. Sue Todd, 
Cindy Alphin. 

MIDDLE: First Row:Katrina Lape. 
Betsy DeLong, Karen Myers, Susan 
Tressler, Sue Barstow, Kathleen 
Welsh, Mindy Juthrie. Second Row: 
Kim Lutes, Debbie Cyr, Susan Reed, 
Beth Fletcher, Jill Reistle. Michele 
Wolfgang, Becky Wagner. Third 
Row: Denise Jermond. Jen Hanlon. 
Mindi Kensinger. Sheila Landis, 
Tracy Seiler, Christa Koppenhoefer. 
Caroline Green, Amy Pierce, Kristy 
Miller, Kierstin Yeager, Kathy Rob- 
erts, Melissa Edwards. 
BOTTOM: First Row: Gina 
Spicknall, Michelle Weitzel, Sharon 
Smith, Elizabeth McDonnell, Jenni- 
fer Shaeffer. Robin Ricketts, Missy 
Snyder, Michele Kurczewski, Bran- 
dy Paul. Second Row: Maureen 
Heist, Teri Campbell. Angela Val- 
entine, Renee Hatter. Third Row: 
Debbie Sackin, Kati Ridgely, Beth 
Miller. Cindy Beck. Missy Wood- 
field, Athena Mountis, Kerry Freese, 
Cyndi Blecker, Heather DeWolfe. 
Fourth Row: Greer Leuschner, Miki 
Obuhanick, Heidi Sue Adams, Jen- 
nifer Hawkins, Pam Diaz, Jan 
Bowser, Jen Readinger, Becky Read- 
inger. Amy Lyons, Janet DeNunzio. 




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TOP: First Row: Amy Richards, 
Wanda Jacobs, Wendy Jacobs. Me- 
lanie Robin, Mindy Apple, Brenda 
Munro, Jennifer Shady. Second 
Row: Leslie Bedwick, Jenny Hull, 
Laurie Kasper. Doogie Caswell, 
Brenda Walker, Jacque Bartell, An- 
drea Simon. Corinne Smith. Linda 
Ireland. Third Row: Kim Martin. 
Debbi Naradko, Kristin Nissley, 
Kim Rea, Beth Puorro, Jodi Bardeli, 
Amy Herman, Becky Fisher, Monica 
Lehman. 

MIDDLE: First Row:Jenn 
Kmieczak. Jenny Prim, Melissa 
Leitch, Faith Warfel. Wendi Hutch- 
inson, Jennifer Poinsett, Christy 
Zakis, Karen Anger, Jenny Hubler. 
Second Row: Allison Leytham, 
Nicole Vacula, Melissa Bush, Jen- 
nifer Rager, Jayne Lesh. Third Row- 
Lynn Hacker, Jennifer Merhar, Kris 
Snook, Laura Gilligan, Jennifer 
Hahn. Mary Scramm. Gina Menzo. 
Fourth Row: Angie Maxton, Denise 
Corcoran. Kimberly Catanakis. Fifth 
Row: Kristen Akehurst, Tonya Mc- 
Clain. Dawn Brewer. Amy Trexler, 
Kimberly Lipsky, Kelly Carlson. 
Maryann Lampart, Beth Markle. 
BOTTOM: First Row: Stacy Free- 
man, Angel Beck, Jill Raimo. Heath- 
er Wingenroth, Erin Whitney. Sec- 
ond Row: Beth Batcho. Hope Puro. 
Ellen Kleinstuber, Jennifer Riley. 
Third Row: Diane Muir, Michelle 
Paprika. Stephanie Taylor, Janine 
deCheubell. Fourth Row: Karen 
Ramsay, Stacy Kain, Kirsten 
Henrickson, Sheree Joetz, Kristen 
Hitchner, Jennifer McCleaf, 
Michelle Artz, Jessica Perry. Leah 
Stevens. 



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BRINSER 



Brinser has made history! On 
the evening of September 28, 
1990, Pepe, the skunk, decid- 
ed to take an adventure. He 
wandered into the halls of 
Brinser 1 -North and found 
his new home safe and sound 
in the stairwell. For a while, 
this caused much of a dis- 
turbance, but with the help of 
safety, the RA staff, resi- 
dents, and the aid of a water 
gun, the rescue mission was a 
success. Pepe was safely set 
free and the Brinser men 
would like to set the record 
straight that the incident has 
nothing to do with the 
"gentlemen" currently resid- 
ing in Brinser. 

Brinser theme weekend was 
the seventh wonder of the 
world, and the 119 men 
which live in Brinser will ac- 
tively participate in bringing 
an eighth wonder to E-town's 
campus. 



TOP:First Row: Matt Wickenheiser. 
Fred Noble, Brian Keller. Eric 
Paules. 

MIDDLE:First Row: Dave Swan- 
son, Mark Peoke. Ben Heckman. 
Second Row: Matt McCann, Angel 
L. Gonzalez. Kenneth Westervelt. 
BOTTOM:First Row: Steve Schultz. 
Harry Heckler. Eric Toomey. Mar- 
cus Grimm. Second Row: Chad Car- 
son, Shawn Reynolds. Joseph 
Sgrignioli. Mike Sgrignioli. Third 
Row: Andy Dell. Eijiro Uciyama, 
Dave Arpa. Mark Dittman, Eric 
DelViscio, Kevin Rough, Ken Jones, 
Chuck Greiner. 







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TOP: PRESERVATION HALL 

First Row: Jeanette Sohn, Denise 
Droman, Tammy Grasso, Erin 
Peterhansel, Rebecca Wolyniak. Sec- 
ond Row: Rosemary' Miller, Kelly 
Hannon, Rebecca Margolin, Joanne 
Glass, Lori Benzel. Third Row: Shar- 
on Manley, Julie Stoer, Jeanine 
Modres, Debra Salvador, Jennifer 
Brill er. Fourth Row: Krista 
Mazurkevich, Karen Story. 
MIDDLE: CONTINUING EDU- 
CATION First Row: Bonnie Miller, 
Betsy Carlee, Jeanette Usko. Second 
Row: Helen Gehr, Lauren Dungan, 
Roy Meyer, Jodi Ulrich. 



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TOP: SCHLOSSER First Row: 
Chris Calabrese, Chris Devlin, Stacy 
Freeman, Ailinh Tu. Second Row: 
Debbie Naradko, Tonya McClain. 
MIDDLE: BRINSER First Row: 
Ken Westervelt, Harry Heckler, 
Augie Acevedo, Mark Ebersole. Don 
Blyer, Eric Paules. 

BOTTOM: OBER Ken Pizza, Tanya 
Kimball, Ron Wence, Lynn Repko, 
Andrea Coucoulas, Chip Jetter, Starr 
Keeney. 









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TOP: ROYER First Row: Jen 
Brown, Cathy Evans, Chris Courpas. 
Second Row: Sue Kirouac, Michelle 
Aitala, Heather Frank. Third Row: 
Kelly Strayer. 

MIDDLE: FOUNDERS First Row: 
John Pionzio, Diane Tregaskis, 
Udochi Amachi, Jeanette Digwood, 
Brenda Oswald. Second Row: Jeff 
Hall, Ron Demby, Deb Pechart, 
Ann-Marie Mohr. Third Row: Herb 
Nix, Kellie McGowan, Ravi Patel, 
Christopher Miller. 
BOTTOM: MYER First Row: Kim 
Weller, Linda Robinson, Melissa 
Markey. Second Row: Debbie Jack- 
son, Jen Morin, Elizabeth Salva. 




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The most important part of any building is 
its foundation. The foundation of 
Elizabethtown College lies in its strong 
wall of faculty and administration. This 
past year saw the addition of sixteen new 
faculty members, new dean Richard 
Crocker and new directors of Admissions 
and Public Safety. All the new members of 
the college community have become an 
integral part of the campus. 
Elizabethtown bid farewell to several ad- 
ministrators during the 1990-91 school 
year: Dave Lebo, Mary Meehan, Dennis 
Murphy, Karen Haas, and Steve Swope. 
The college extends them best wishes for 
future success. 

Sadly, the college community lost Lester 
Schreiber, Chairman of the Board of Trust- 
ees. Mr. Schreiber was a well-respected, 
valued member of the capmus and he will 
be missed. 






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Kurt M. Barnada 

Modern Languages 

Jill S. Bartoli 

Education 

David A. Bauman 

Education 

Vivian R. Bergel 

Social Work 



Morteza Bina 

Computer Science 

Terry W. Blue 

Education 

Paula R. Boothby 

Education 

I.L. Bossier 

Mathematics 



Susan G. Bousliman 

Communications 

Christina A. Bucher 

Religion 

Jay R. BufTenmyer 

Business 

Jamie M. Doerge-Byrne 

Communications 



John A. Campbell, Jr. 

English 
Eugene P. Clemens 

Religion 
Paul M. Dennis 

Psychology 
James I ... Dively 

Biology 



J. Sue Dolan 

Business 

Robert S. Dolan 

Mathematics 

Darrell R. Douglas 

Music 

Pamela A. Drazkowski 

Physical Education 



J. Thomas Dwyer 

English 

Leonard A. Eiserer 

Psychology 

Delbert W. Ellsworth 

Psychology 

Richard L. Evans 

Computer Science 




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Sharon K. Farley 

Occupational Therapy 

Charles Fazzi 

Accounting 

Milt D. Friedly 

Art 

John B. (.affile) 

Physics 



George A. Gliptis 

Business 

Paul Gottfried 

Humanities 

John F. Harrison 

Music 

Jack L. Hedrick 

Chemistry 



Patricia A. Hill 

Business 

Frederic E. Hoffman 

Biology 

Maurice R. Hoppie 

Business 

Jacqueline L. Jones 

Occupational Therapy 



Jack Kasar 
Occupational Therapy 
Beverly A. Kelly 
Occupational Therapy 
Edmond L. Kiser 
Theatre 

Otis D. Kitchen 
Music 



Donald E. Koontz 
Mathematics 
John E. Koontz 
Mathematics 
Donald B. Kraybill 
Sociology 
Carroll L. Kreider 
Business 



J. Kenneth Kreider 

History 

Ronald L. Laughlin 

Biology 

Thomas R. Leap 

Computer Science 

R. Bruce Lehr 

Sociology 



Faculty 121 



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Henrv M. Libhart 

Art 

Link Martin, Jr. 

Social Work 

E. Fletcher McClellan 

Political Science 

\V. Wesley McDonald 

Poltical Science 



Dana J. Mead 

English 

Robert K. Morse 

Mathematics 

James J. Moyer 

Business 

Richard L. Mumford 

History 



Stanley R. Neyer 

Business 

D. Kenneth Ober 

Physical Education 

Candace H. O'Donnell 

English 

Lynn S. Orlando 

Education 



Jane E. Palmqnist 

Music 
Pan] Peterson 

Occupational Therapy 

Frank P. Polanowski 

Biology 

Laurence W. Polin 

Mathematics 



H. Marshall Pomroy 

Business 

Raymond R. Reeder 

Chemistry 

Paul D. Rice 

Education 

Elizabeth A. Rider 

Psychology 



Arthur D. Roderick III 

Physical Education 

Michael J. Rohrbacher 

Music Therapy 

John C. Rohrkemper 

English 

Charles D. Schaeffer, Jr. 

Chemistry 



122 Faculty 





Robert A. Schlosser 

Athletics 

Wayne A. Selcher 

International Studies 

Ronald L. Shubert 

Mathematics 

Jeanette R. Shumaker 

English 



Donald E. Smith 

Communications 

Martin O.L. Spangler 

Chemistry 

John W. Stites 

Music 

Richard G. Stone 

Business 



Stanley T. Sutphin 

Philosophy 

John A. Teske 

Psychology 

Glenn H. Thompson, Jr. 

Earth Science 

Sharon R. Trachte 

Modern Languages 



Randolph L. Trostle 
Business 
Barbara C. Tulley 

Computer Science 
Hans-Erik Wennberg 

Communications 



Dean Richard Crocker 



Faculty 123 



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President's Office 

First Row: President Gerhard Spiegler. Second Row: Robert 
Odean, Denise Gillen, Bonnie Booth. 





Provost's Office 

Jean Beck, Frederick Ritsch, Martha Eppley, Robert Wheeler- 
sburg. 



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Alumni Development 

First Row: Carol Lindsey, Joan Kuhn, Leslie Kruel, Sally 
Shaneor, Jerald L. Garland. Second Row: Mark Bushong, 
Patrick Hall, Mary Beth Matteo, Dan Morra. 





Treasurer's Office 

John Shaeffer, Helen Myers. 



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Admissions 

First Row: Ronald Potier. Linda Heiser, Donna Bretz, Daniel 
Evans, Mark Stanley. Second Row: Theresa Hoffman, Mar- 
garet McSparren, Susan Cupit, Robert Mitchell. 



Business Office 

First Row: Nancy Kauffman. Brenda Landvater, Maria 
Horner, Helen Hossler. Second Row: Delores Mertz, Tana 
Parrett, Edwin Cable, J. Robert Hollinger. 






Financial Aid 

First Row: Pat Rathsam, Sally Linsey. Second Row: Gordon 
Bateman, Carolyn Wharton. 



College Relations 

Brad Brubaker, Cheri Way, Bruce Holran, Jerry Britton. 



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Center for 
Continuing 
Education 

Christine Lawson, Deborah Sagar, James Voelker, Jr., 
Barbara Maroney. 





Instructional 
Services 

Dorothy Troutman, Steve Rutter. 



Post Office 



Linda Boyer, Mary Hill, Diana Billet. 




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Public Safety 

First Row: Jeanette Ruth, Cynthia Atkinson. Second 
Row: Edmund Emery, Michael Gearhart, Daniel J. Ben- 
ny, Dale Boyer. 



Bookstore 

Mary Weidman, Susan Kirchner, Keith Marks. 





Duplicating Services 

Barb Schwanger, Mary Ann Killian. 



Faculty 127 



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Personal and Career 
Counseling Services ^r 

First Row: Doris Hedrick, Pat Hoffman, Mary Ann Waleff. 
Second Row: Andy Sagar, Cindy Wilhelm-Ernharth, Beverly 
Piscitelli, Debra Rebman. 



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Chaplain's Office 

Dr. Joan Austin, Wendy Hensel. 





Learning Center 



Shirley Deichert 




Library 



First Row: Sharon Patrick, Hedda Durnbaugh, Sylvia Tiffan 
Morra, Grace Rhen. Second Row: Patricia Judd, Naomi Heil 
shey, Barbara Ellis, Carol Warfel. Third Row: Peter Depuydi 
E. Margaret Gabel, Nelson Bard, Ruth Mumaw. 



128 Faculty 



FACULTY • ADMINISTRATION • STAFF • FACULTY • ADMINISTRATION 




I Residence Life 

Karen S. Haas, John Pionzio, Jr., LeeAnn Schlemmer. 




Health Center 



Susan Jaques. 



Registrar's Office 

First Row: Martha Eppley, Gloria Hess. Second Row: Debra 
Weacher, Anita Paynter, Gladys Montgomery. 



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Health Center 

First Row: Jackie Sharp. Second Row: Sandy Spayd, Ginger 
GrofT, Pat Stepanchak. 




Faculty 129 



FACULTY • ADMINISTRATION • STAFF • FACULTY • ADMINISTRATION 



Plant Operations 

First Row: Jeff Hughes, Eugene Hartzler, Dick Warfel, 
Lone Kassel, Steve Broich. Second Row: Kathy Fry, Ed 
Fisher, Jake Hynicker, Judy Rodgers, Terry Cooper, 
Baron Wanner, Harry Page. Third Row: Jim Roth, John 
Becker, Glenn Seitz, Jack Keener, Scott Nissley. 



Environmental Services 

First Row: Melvin Habecker, Sr., Martin Kreiger, Virgie 
Dunkleberger, Deb Burkhart, Glenn Filler, Ruth Spies, 
Ruth Long. Second Row: Jacqueline Odenwalt, Anna 
Ruth Mark, Judi Ann Ritter, Shirley Dellinger, Marlene 
Leas, Judy Kaylor, Shirley Shertzer, Jennie Hines. Third 
Row: Dave Thomas, John Alexander, Paul McLaughlin, 
Robert Shifflet, Sam Smith, Barry Eckinger. Fourth 
Row: Kevin Ney, Tom Greenly, Paul Gaumdes, Roger 
Howe, Oliver Maxwell, Mark Dum, Don Longsderff. 



Jay's Nest 



Mary Lou Sipe 




130 Faculty 



FACULTY • ADMINISTRATION • STAFF • FACULTY • ADMINISTRATION 



Claudia Lane, Steve Bender. 




Dining Hall 

First Row: Betty Repko, Stephanie Bucks, Melissa Ker- 
lin, June Heigel, John Max, Doris Brooks. Second Row: 
Anna Mae Koser, Jim Beamenderfer, Cathy Halbleib, 
Michael Hamilton, Nancy Lapka, Richard Templin, 
Patrick Parsons. 



Jay's Nest 




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As is true with all colleges, the athletic 
teams of Elizabethtown College are a very 
important part of the campus community. 
Athletic events bring students, faculty, and 
staff together. It allows everyone to show 
their school spirit either as a player or a 
fan. 

Elizabethtown's teams formed a wall that 
was not easily crumbled during the year. 
They provided many obstacles which the 
opposing teams tried to overcome. Every 
athlete gave it their all, as they strived to 
make each game better than the last. 
The men's soccer team played a very good 
season and ended as Mid-Atlantic Con- 
ference Champions. Also having an out- 
standing season was the Women's Basket- 
ball Team, who were runnersup in the 
MAC North Championship. 
All the athletic teams deserve to be con- 
gratulated on their successes over the past 
year. 





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Sports 133 



Stick With It Lady Jays! 



Below: Lesley Bryant prepares to drive the ball down field. 





Row I: Christ Zakis, Amy Strieker, 
Katie Scatlergood. Jen Davis, Jen 
Zerbe Row 2: Jennifer Glynn, Jen 
Schaeffer. Faye Betseker, Jessica 
Shue, Rhonda Sutphin, Sabrina 
Johnson. Valerie Degler Row 3: 
Coach Camille Beellhe. Leslie Bry- 
ant. Natisha Phillips. Dawn Clayton, 
Doltie Craven. Coach Yvonne 
Kauffman. 



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Below: Sahnna Johnson maneuvers lo the goal. 



Below Christy Zackis and Amy 
Strieker put on the pressure. 




The Women's Field Hockey Team 
had a tough and unusual season. As 
always, the spirit and enthusiasm of 
the players kept the team going. They 
got of to a slow start, losing the first 
three games, but things began to pick 
up as a few changes were made. The 
team ended with an overall record of 
8-10. The team was once again head- 
ed by Coach Yvonne Kaufmann. 
Seniors Lesley Bryant and Dawn 
Clayton were the co-captains. Al- 
though the season was not totally suc- 
cessful, the Lady Jays were always 
optomistic. All the players gave a 
hundred percent in every game. They 
had an excellant coach and incredible 
talent, they just ran into some ob- 
stacles along the way. 




Above: Christ Zackis makes a clean sweep. 

To the left: Dottie Craven and Sabrina Johnson 
fend off an opposing player. 



Sports 135 



Run Jays Run 



Below: Gary Prem makes his way to the lop. 



Below: Stephanie Carpenter and Donna Scharr take a breather. 





Row 1: Michelle Aitala. Betsy Barnes. 
Stephanie Carpenter. Donna Scharr. 
Barb Rhile. Jamie Farkas, Amy Lew- 
is, Michelle Sleeley Row 2: Brian 
Lemma. Chris Mailley, Keith Camil- 
li. Matt Simmons, Mark Scharr, 
Matt Wenlzel, Kirk Zeger Row 3: 
Tom Miller, Mark Carpenter, Alec 
Belsky. Scott Trimble. Barry Wiles, 
John Hersch, Gary Prem 



136 Sports 



Below: Slretchin ' it out. 




As the season began, Coach Luy had 
high hopes for both the Men's and 
Women's Cross Country teams. Con- 
sistency and teamwork were the key 
to the success of the two teams. 
The women were often known as the 
"Pack Attack" with many of the run- 
ners finishing within two places of 
their teammates. In the final MAC 
championships, they ran their way to 
an eleventh place finish. 
Facing every meet with great deter- 
mination, the men finished the sea- 
son with a winning record of nine 
wins and seven losses. In the final 
MAC championships, they also 
placed eleventh. 




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Above: Off to the races. 



Sports 137 



I Dink, Therefore I Am 



To the right: Shannon Kelly sets to 
her teammates. 

Below: Coach Drazkowski gives the 
team a pep talk. 





Row 1: Missy Snyder Row 2: Linda 
Hennen, Sherri Whysong, Sonya 
Bockman. Chris Fritzinger, Tara 
Latzo. Monica Lehman Row 3: 
Coach Tina Hill. Jan Bowser. Shan- 
non Kelly, Nancy Dunmyer, Amy 
Michener, Beth Puorro. Becky Fisher, 
Susan Milschang, Coach Pam 
Drazkowski. 



138 Sports 



Below: The super spike compliments of Amy Michener. 



It was another successful year 
for Coach Drazkowski and the 
Women's Volleyball Team. The 
Lady Jays finished out the sea- 
son with a strong 25-17 record. 
In the first half of the season, 
the team stood strong. Included 
in their season was a trip to the 
highly competitive La Verne In- 
vitational. There, the team 
played four teams which were 
nationally ranked. 
The Lady Jays finished fourth 
in their region of Division III 
after a consciuos upgrading of 
the schedule. Although the team 
was left knocking on the door to 
post-season play, they had a 
good season. The team was led 
by tri-captains Nancy Dunmy- 
er, Chris Fritzinger, and Amy 
Michener. 




Above: Shannon Kelly prepares to serve. 
To the left: Amy Michener displays true 
team effort. 



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Kick It, Lady Jays 



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Above: Tract Bidle dribbles ahead of the rest. 

To the right: Kalhy Hensinger battles off the goalie to help Etown 

score. 



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Rowl: Kelly Cleary. Terri Schultz 
Row 2: Lisa Boden, Missy Kucks, 
Krisline Bombaro, Helen Parks. 
Laurie Kasper, Amy Hyde. Lisa 
Manzo. Jen Briller Row 3: Coach Ed 
Batista. Heidi Adams, Coach James 
Jones. 



140 Sports 




The Women's Soccer Team finished 
their third year as a varsity squad 
with an astounding 17-1-1 record. 
The team was led by coaches Jim 
Jones.Ed Batista and co-captains Jen 
Jones and Melissa Kucks. The team's 
success can be attributed to the good 
recruits and the returning players. At 
mid season they were ranked nation- 
ally; their only defeat came against 
F & M. This loss cost the team a 
chance at MAC tournament play. De- 
spite they outstanding record, the la- 
dies were unable to capture an NCAA 
bid due to the lack of games played 
against the Top Ten teams. In the 
1991 season, these teams will be add- 
ed to the schedule to allow for the 
opportunity for NCAA action. 



To the left: Laurie Kasper gives it all she's got. 
Below: Amy Hyde pushes ahead in the game 
against Wilkes. 






Above: Kathy Hensinger lakes control of the ball against Scran- 
ton. 



Sports 141 



We're Kickin 



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To the right: Eric Smith casually dribbles down the field. 
Below: Jay Varrato demonstrates his goal-keeping prowess. 








Row 1: Pat Walsh. Dennis Sut- 
terfield, Tony Suozo, Robbie Martin. 
Chris Morgan, Eric Smith, Pete 
Busch Row 2: Ken Jones. Jim Ford. 
Jim Cernansky, Paul Colella, Pete 
Rath, Chris Condron. Tim Jones, 
Brian Lake Row 3: Coach Skip Rod- 
erick, JeffCoron, Scott Stenger, Nick 
Duscheyne, Jay Varrato, Rick Sulley, 
Tim McGlaughlin, Rob Hurley. Kirk 
Kepley. 



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The soocer team once again made 
Etown proud, ending the season with 
a Mid-Atlantic Conference Champi- 
onship. The Jays dazzled the fans and 
opposing teams throughout the sea- 
son. The New Blue entered into the 
playoffs undefeated. Altough they did 
not reach the goal of the final four, 
they had a great season. The entire 
team displayed strength, skill, and de- 
termination. Leading the team were 
senior tri-captains, Jay Varrato, Chris 
Morgan, and Robbie Martin, all of 
whom were named Ail-Americans. 
The captains were quick to give credit 
to the team as a whole. All of the 
teammates contributed to the accom- 
plishments of the season both on and 
off the field. 



To the left: Scott Stenger and Tony Suozo push 
for a win. 




Tim Jones races for possession of the ball. 



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Etown Makes A Splash 



To the right: What a fashion statement. Lady Jays. 
Below: Aah! The grace of swimming. 




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Bartell, Andrea Coucoulas, Beth 
Gaukler, Jenn Benton. Jen Glynn, 
Elizabeth SchellRow 2: Keith Camil- 
la Lynn Repko. Julie Borsl. Gretchen 
Lusch, Melh McCarter, Anne Malin, 
Don Blyer Row 3: Shawn Gallagher, 
Anly Lui, Joe Denlinger. Steve Fowl- 
er, Todd May, Brian Renninger, Jon 
Gonzalez. 



144 Sports 




The swimming teams completed 
the season with many individual 
and team accomplishments under 
the direction of Coach Mike 
Gunivan. The men's team, led by 
captains Joe Denlinger and Brian 
Renninger, finished with a record 
of six wins and seven losses. Tri- 
captains of the women's team were 
Jen Benton, Heather Frank and 
Gretchen Lusch. The Lady Jays 
ended with a record of nine wins 
and five losses. All the swimmers 
showed great enthusiasm and team 
spirit. Everybody gave it their all 
during every meet. The swimming 
teams received a lot of support 
from the college community 
throughout the season. 



To the left: They 're of!! 

Below: Jon Gonzalez psyches up before his 

event. 



Sports 145 



Re-Bound For Victory 





Row 1: Jackie Schiavoni, Diedre 
Hendrie, Sue Krieder, Joy Patterson, 
Pam Levari, Sherry Canuso, Marci 
Grossman Row 2: Coach Archer. 
Christine Fierro, Sue Burkhouse. Jen 
MacNair, Coach Yvonne Kauffman, 
Ruth Wollman, Susie Young, Jen 
Zimmerman, Linda Ireland. Coach 
Weary. 



Hum Levari makes a jumper 




After coming off of a losing sea- 
son, the Lady Jays showed 
much improvement with a rec- 
ord of fifteen wins and nine 
losses. The season started 
strongly, with the team placing 
third in the Mary Mount Tip- 
Off Classic. They had a slow 
middle season, but continued to 
strive. They ended their cam- 
paign by qualifying for MAC's. 
The team was headed by coach 
Yvanne Kauffman and co- 
captains Sue Krieder and Pam 
Levan. All the team members 
showed team spirit and ap- 
proached each game with a pos- 
itive attitude. Many players had 
personal highlights during the 
season but no one forgot that it 
was a team sport. 




We love to win! 



Sports 147 



Shootin Hoops 



To the right: And he shoots! 

Below: Aaron Williamson opts for a bounce pass. 





Row I: Cornell Keith, Tyson Single- 
tary, Troy Portser, Malt Duffy. Pablo 
Polili, Ron Vrich Row 2: Steve 
Schulman, Mark Coassolo. Phil 
Gale. Robert Duncan, Chris Arin, 
Brent Brugler. Roy Shearer, Tom 
Kuffa, Aaron Williamson, Dave Kar- 
ly. Coach Bob Schlosser. 



Robert Duncan makes a jumper. 



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The basketball season was the 
start of a new foundation. The 
team roster was headed by the 
only two seniors on the squad, 
Matt Duffy and Troy Portser. 
Although the Jays were a young 
team, each member played from 
the heart and kept the games 
close and competive. Not only 
was the team young, but it was 
undergoing a new system with a 
new coach. Coach Schlosser's 
team finished second allowing 
them to advance to the MAC 
Northern Section playoffs. 
Overall, they had a record of 
thirteen wins and thirteen losses 
and a conference record of ten 
wins and six losses. The team is 
looking for good things to fol- 
low. 




Clamoring for the rebound. 



Sports 149 



There's No Match For Our Matmen 



Below: No pain for the opponent, no gain. 




Above: That's two for a take down. 

To the right: Nate McClay tries for a turn-around. 




Row 1: Dane Delozier. Felix Zvarik, 
John Teoli, Mike Ahern, Malt King. Bob 
Klinger. Steve Schultz. Nate McClay 
Row 2: Mike Scrignioli, Gary Lloyd, 
Dave Fraiser, John Corbett, Alex Dun- 
nigan, Aaron Smith, Sean Young, Matt 
Hurley, Brian Libby, Fevin McFadden. 
Bill Andrews, Alan Ross. 




Pushing for a pin. 



The wrestling team ended the 
season with a record of eleven 
wins and thirteen losses. The 
team was coached by the father 
and son duo of Kenneth and 
Dave Ober. The Blue Jay 
matmen fought tough as reflect- 
ed in the personal successes of 
three wrestlers who advanced to 
the National Championship 
competition. Since the team did 
not lose many members due to 
graduation they hope to use the 
experience gained this past year 
to help improve the team. 



To the left: Aaron Smith makes the opponent 
craw! for mercy. 




Go for the leg. Any questions? 



Sports 151 



And We're Swinging 



To the right: That 's the spirit, keep smiling. 
Below: Don 't swing without protection. 




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Row 1: Michelle Weitzel. Valerie 
Degler, Leanne Workman, Michelle 
Sleighter Row 2: Dawn Clayton, Amy 
Kline, Tracey Beckley, Kim Hamp- 
son, Dotty Craven, Denise Large, 
Bonnie Williams Row 3: Coach 
Drazkowski, Stacey Hackenberg. 
Angie Balmer, Kim Matlack, Lisa Ri- 
olto. Deb Lesher, Lisa Boden, Brad 
Brubaker. 







In January, a dedicated team of 
ladies started their pre-season 
workout with practices at six 
o'clock in the morning. From 
the beginning, this squad put 
forth all their effort and deter- 
mination to be number one. The 
team was lead by Coach 
Drazwoski and senior, Dawn 
Clayton. Even though the team 
struggled a bit during their sea- 
son, they kept their heads high 
and their hopes alive. The teams 
motto was MTXE. With each 
player demonstrating Mental 
Toughness and exerting Extra 
Effort. The team spirit and to- 
getherness was as strong as ever. 
The team finished their season 
by sweeping a double header 
against conference rivals Sus- 
quehanna and Juniata. A major 
highlight was the ten run come- 
back versus Dickinson to gain a 
win. 




Hey you! The game is the other way 



Sports 153 



Grand Slam 



To the left: Chris Grubb warms up before a home game against Messiah. 
Below: Bill Georgelis keeps the team 's stats during the game. 








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Row 1: John Hicks. Wayne Un- 
derkoffler. Chris Garrett. Mark Kline. 
Chris Grubb. Billy Shipman. Judson 
Christopher. Matt Wickenheiser. 
Chris Blum Row 2: Brian Sicken. 
Charles Hackelt. Craig Eby, Rod 
Martzel. Bob Kraft. Dave Arpa. Chris 
Tressler. Mike Balichik Row 3: Eric 
Toomey. Bill Georgelis. John Deitch, 
Kyle Evans. Mike Stern, Pete Rath. 
Chad Carson. Jerry Geib. Rick Lulz 
Row 4: Mike Sunajko, Greg 
Huffman. JeffGergic. John Gergic. 



An Etown player steals second base. 




The Bluejay baseball team made 
it to the NCAA Mid-Atlantic 
contests, but after two losses to 
William Paterson and York, 
found itself content to reflect on 
what was in impressive season. 
Despite a number of ups and 
downs, the team finished with a 
solid 26-9-1 record. 
The team split the critical dou- 
bleheader with Juniata that 
could have spelled a shot at the 
MAC Northwest section title. 
But despite that, the team gar- 
nered an at-large bid to the 
NCAA regionals, to drop two 
close contests to Paterson and 
York 4-5 and 7-8, respectively. 
The Jays consistently proved 
their resilience, as the end of 
one winning streak would prove 
the beginning of another. 
The team was ranked fifth in the 
national going into the latter 
part of the season, supported by 
strength in a number of critical 
fielding and pitching positions. 



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Etown gets a hold of the ball in a game against Lebanon Valley. 



Sports 155 



Love-Love 



To the left: Amy Jo Lutz gives it her all as she 
begins the match with an awesome serve. 



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Amy Jo Lutz. Laurie Herbert. Carta 
Shoemaker. Jodi Wiedman. Coach 
Scholt. Andrea Thornton. Michelle 
Artz, Amy fiite. Kristin Ringleb. 



Carlo Shoemaker watches the bouncing hall. 




The women's tennis team fin- 
ished its season on a high note 
with a win over Scranton, to fin- 
ish second in its division with a 
10-2 record overall. 
The women Netters sent Amy Jo 
Lutz and Carla Shoemaker to the 
MAC singles tournament, and 
freshman Amy Hite and senior 
Jodi Weidman to the MAC dou- 
bles tourney as its number one 
seed. Unfortunately, the Jaygals 
came home empty handed. 
The MAC disappointments did 
not tarnish an excellent season of 
play however, the team's most 
successful since 1 984. 
Senior Netter Jodi Weidman fin- 
ished her collegiate career with an 
impressive 56-12 record, which 
puts her at first place on the Col- 
lege's all-time victory list. 
Solid seasons were also registered 
by Lutz (10-3), Shoemaker (8-5), 
Laurie Herbert (8-3), Hite (11-1) 
and Michelle Artz (9-3). 
The duo of Hite and Weidman 
topped the team's doubles wins at 
13-2. 



Jodi Wiedman finishes out her Etown tennis career with a smashing serve. 



Sports 157 



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To the right: Todd May keeps his eye on the ball as he prepares to return 

the serve. 

Below: Mental preparation prior to the game is very important. 





Row 1: Todd May, Steve Barnes, 
Kevin Miller. Matt Garrison Row 2: 
Coach Roderick, Sean Rowe, Dave 
Bluett. Pal Huggins, Coach Schott. 



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The men's tennis team ended its 
season with an overall 10-3 rec- 
ord, and a 6-0 conference record. 
Yet despite a solid season some 
last minute losses against King's 
College made a shot at the MAC 
Team Championship a dream 
only. 

The team went into the last part 
of the season on a high from win- 
ning its last six matches, but did 
not have the momentum to stop 
the King's Monarchs, as they took 
two of the three doubles games. 
Coach Bob Schott and the men's 
team did defeat King's College 
earlier in the season, however, to 
win the MAC Northern Division, 
for the first time since 1 975. They 
also clinched the Northwest sec- 
tion title with a 9-0 victory over 
Lycoming. 

The team sent sophomore Netters 
Steve Barnes and Dave Bluett to 
the MAC Championships compe- 
tition, however victory proved 
elusive for the pair. 



To the left: Steve Barnes returns a forehand shot 

during a match against Albright. 

Below: Sean Rowe serves to the opponent. 




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Brian Lake chips the ball. 




Scott Habecker pulls for the birdie. 





Joe SMI. Brian Lake. Coach Snavely. 
Scott Habecker. Joe Kropiemnicki, 
Jim Hansbury. Ralph Clouser. 




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perfect swing. 



Joe Shull inspects the fairway. 

The men's golf team ended its 
season placing fifth in the Middle 
Atlantic Conference tournament. 
Not bad, for a young team that 
graduated only two seniors, Joe 
Kropiewnicki and Ralph Clouser. 
The golf team was brought back 
as a varsity sport in 1 988, and has 
come a long way. Coach Royal 
Snavely and the team have high 
hopes for a MAC title in the fu- 
ture, and are well on their way 
there. The 1991 season ended 
with an overall 50-7-2 record, and 
with an impressive 9-0 in match 
play, the second consecutive year 
the Hackers have gone undeated. 
These statistics are especially 
spectacular considering that the 
team played schools from Divi- 
sion I and II, as well as Division 
III. 

The team also tied for fourth 
place with Trenton State in the 
Susquehanna Invitational, played 
in April. 




Sports 161 



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As of mid-October, more than 
200.000 U.S. troops had been de- 
ployed to Saudi Arabia, prepared to 
defend the desert kingdom from a 
possible Iraqi attack. 



Vioieta Barrios de Chamorro. pub- 
lisher of Nicaragua 's opposition 
newspaper, led a 14-part coalition to 
victory over Sandinisla rule despite 
political inexperience. 



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On April 22. 1990. an estimated 200 
million people all over the planet cel- 
ebrated the 20lh anniversary of Earth 
Day. 





YEAR IN REVIEW 



1990-91 brought with it many 
happenings and persons who 
brought change to the country 
and to the world. Perhaps the 
event with the strongest impact, 
the War in the Persian Gulf 
raged for more than a month as 
Allied troops battled to force Ira- 

The Southern United Stales spent 
much of the Spring wringing itself out 
after weeks of pouring rain. Entire 
towns were turned into muddy lakes. 



qi leader, Saddam Hussein out 
of Kuwait. 

Back on the homefront, yellow 
ribbons were hung proudly, 
awaiting the safe homecoming of 
all the troops. Other events and 
faces of 1990-91 are chronicled 
on the following pages. . . 



Year in Review 1 67 



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Homelessness remained one of the 
country's top problems- The number 
of homeless people is now estimated 
to be between 250.000 and 3 million. 



168 Year in Review 





Madonna kicked off her 1990 tour 
with a seven-concert tour of Japan 
beginning in April. Madonna then 
came back home to the U.S., and 
went on to more shorn in Europe. 

African National Congress leader 
Nelson Mandela, one of the world's 
most celebrated political prisoners 
was freed by the South African gov- 
ernment in February: 



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From the entire Staff of 

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A 



Abaza, Sharif Nabil - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Marketing and a 
Minor in Politcal Science. 
Vice President, Sophomore class; President, 
Junior and Senior class; Campus Life Council. 
Thanks Mom and Dad for beliving in me 
when I couldn't believe in myself. 

Adams, Kathleen J. - Occupational Therapy. 
SOTA, Secretary; Pi Theta Epsilon; Founders 
Dorm Council; Concert Band. 
Dayna-Beenie, Melissa, Cheri, Ross, and Gary- 
Thanks for being you! I'll miss our long talks 
and gossip sessions. Thanks Mom, Dad, Aunt 
Jane, Uncle Jack, Grandmom, and Pop-Pop 
for saying I could do it, when I thought I 
couldn't. 

Adams, Kimberly - Elementary Education. 

Education Club; Intramural Soccer and 

Basketball. 

Love and thanks to my Mom, Dad, Kelly, 

Rich, and Chris. 

Adamucci, Denise - English Literature with a 
Minor in Psychology. 
English Club; Literary Magazine; English 
Honor Society; Psychology Honor Society; 
Advocates for Peace; Students for Choice. 

Aghameldi, Alicia - Accounting. 
Dean's List. 

Altland, Curt - History. 
Wrestling Team; Dorm Council; Residence 
Life Council; History CLub; Intramurals. 
MK, live it up! 

Altman, Rochelle I. - English Literature with a 
Minor in Philosophy. 

Alyward, William J. - Biology, Pre-Med. 

Anderson, Dawn Marie - Biology/Pre-Med. 
Peace Advocates; Rape Awareness Group; 
Student Senate; Myer Dorm Council; Delphi 
Society; Biology Club, Treasurer; Chemistry 
Club; Track Club; Lacrosse Club; Collegians 
for Life. 

"Still-in-away-nobody sees a flower-really-it is 
so small-we haven't time -and to see takes 
time-like to have a friend takes time." - 
O'Keefe. 

Andre, Michelle - Occupational Therapy. 
Pi Theta Epsilon; Occupational Therpay Club. 
Thanks Mom and Dad! Love you K.B. 
Goodbye Etown! 

Andrews, Raymond W. Ill - English with a 
Concentration in Professional Writing. 
Freshmen Senatot; Student Senator; Peer 
Conselor; Wrestling; English CLub. 

Andrews, Raymond W. Ill - English and 

Professional Wriring 

Freshman Student Senator; Dorm Student 

Senator; Peer Counselor; Wrestling; English 

Club. 

Annino, Robert - Elementary Education with a 
minor in Communications. 



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Backenstose, Amy - Professional Writing with a 

Minor in An. 

English Club, Vice-President; Campus Forum. 

Baiersdorfer, Karen L. - Communications. 

WWEC; ECTV; Etownian. 

Thanks to everyone who made my four years 

here memorable. Mom and Dad you are the 

best. 

Bailey, Stacy Lee - Social Studies with a Minor 
in Political Science. 

History Club, Vice President; Phi Alph Theta. 
Olivia, Kel, Karen, and Sal- I'll miss you all. 
It's been the best four years possible. Mom 
and Dad- thanks for sticking it out with me!! 

Baker, Theresa A. - Communications with a 
Concentration in Public Relations. 
Reporter for ECTV; Etownian; WWEC; 
IABC, Vice President of Promotions. 
To the Zoo Crew: Bon-Bon, Stephy, Kimmy, 
Cel, Lees, Jellybean- we did it, guys! Thanks 
for a great 4 years! And, of course, my favorite 
toomie Neen- you're the greatest, and I miss 
Ya! To Jac,Sue,Jod,and all my other Comm 
Buddies. We made it through seminariThanks 
for all your support. Don, thanks. ..I'll love you 
forever. 

Baker, Theresa Ann - Communications with a 
Concentration in Public Relations. 
IABC, Vice President of Promotions; 
Admissions Office, tour guide and office 
assistant; Tutor; Writing Consultant; 
Columnist for Etownian; Production Staff for 
WWEC; Reporter for ECTV. 
Thanks, guys, for the best four years of my 
life! 

Bardelli, Jodi-Lyn - Early Childhood 

Education. 

Education Qub; Physics Club, Vice President; 

Yearbook; Student Senate; Dorm Council. 

Thanks to my whole family for all the love and 

support that they have extended to me during 

my four years at Elizabethtown. 

Bardman, Susan M. - Communications. 
Running; DCAC; Tennis. 
Thanks to ail my friends for helping me thru. 
Remember everything. All my love and thanks 
to Dave. 

Barner, Tammy - Mathematics/Secondary 

Education. 

Math Club; Education Club; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; Learning Cenrer Tutor 

and Coordinatior; Dean's List; Who's Who 

Among American Colleges and Universities; 

College Scholar; Math Dept. Assistant; Delphi 

Society. 

Thanks Mom and Dad! To all my friends, 

especially Deb, thanks for making college the 

best time for my life! I love you all! 

Barr, Brian K. - Biochemistry with a Minor in 

History. 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Peer Counselor; College 

Scholar; SAACS, Vice President; Tutor; Extern 

Program; College Bowl; Pi Alpha Theta 



Batcho, Elizabeth Mary - Mathematics with a 
Minot in Physics. 

Math Club; Physics Club; Swimming. 
Thanks Dad and Mom for giving me the 
support I needed. Good luck 3-W on all you 
set out to accomplish. 

Baxter, John L. Ill - Accounting. 
Class Vice Presidenr, Junior and Senior; Class 
Treasurer, Freshman; Srudent Senate; Student 
Judicial Board; Campus Life Council; 
Accounring and Finance Club. 

Bedner, Kimberly A. - Elementary Education 
Education Club; APB; Intramurals. 

Benner, Karen D. - Business Administration 

with a Concentration in Economics. 

Myer Dorm Council, Secretary; Concert Band. 

Bernhardt, Celeste - Elementary Education. 
Education Qub; Ski Club. 

Blanch, Daniel - Social Studies. 
Flag Football; Intramural Volleyball. 

Bowler, Janet Mae - Biology/Business 
Administration with a minor in Chemistry. 
Biology Club; SAACS; Accounting Finance 
Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; Delphi Society- 
treasurer; Dean's List. 

For that special support only family can give, I 
thank God for being so blessed. You've taught 
me strength and hope. I love you all very 
much. Thanks Mom and Dad. Thomas- 
always. 

Bowser, Jan M. - Elementary Education. 
Women's Volleyball; Education Club; 
Education Club, President. 

Boylan, Beth - English with a Concentration in 

Professional Writing and a Minor in 

Psychology. 

Residence Life, Secretary; Advocates fot Peace; 

English Honor Society; English Qub; BCA, 

England; Dean's List. 

Love and Peace. 

Brane, Cheri Ann - Accounting. 
Accounting and Finance Club; Neuman Club; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; College Scholar. 
Thanks Mommy and Daddy for all your love 
and support. And thanks to the best of 
friends-Kathy, Karen, Ross, Jen, Susan, 
Melissa, Gary, Tim, Mark, and Ceri. You're 
the greatest. 

Brennan, Kristine Mary - Professional Writing 

with a Minot in Psychology. 

E.C. Theater; Archivist for Sock and Buskin; 

Psi Chi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Delphi Society; 

Alpha Psi Omega; Writing Consultant; Tutor; 

Student-directed Theatet. 

A liberal-arts degree? I'm uniquely qualified to 

live at home forever! Thanks to everyone who 

helped along the way. 

Brewer, Dawn - Occupational Therapy. 
Habitat for Humaniry, Co-President; OT 
Club, Senate Rep; Pi Theta Epsilon; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, President; Religious Life 
Council; Band; Yearbook; Learning Center 
Student Coordinator. 



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Bright, Wendy J. - Business Administration. 
IABC;SIFE; Sports Photography editor. 

Broun, Jennifer - Early Childhood and 

Elementary Education. 

Resident Assistant; Education Club. 

Bnjnt. Lesley - Elementary Education. 
Varsity field hockey; Education Club. 
Thanks Mom and Dad I love you! 

Bugash, Andrea L. - Engligsh/Professional 
Writing. 

Concert Band; Learning Center tutor and 
writing consultant; Intercollegiate Band. 
Thank you Mom and Dad for all your love 
and support! Good Luck and best wishes to 
you "Sue-Bug" during your next 3 years at 
LVC. 

Burkey. Kenneth C. - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Marketing. 
Intramurals; Gettysburg College; Marketing 
Classes; St. Pete with Dave and the Orchard 
girls; Ober A-2 the convicts Monsell, Dippy, 
Chip, Urbin, Walsh, and Holmy; Running 
with Maday in the Champ. 
Thank you Mom and Dad fot your faith in me 
during our college experience. 

Busch, Peter - Political Science with a Minor in 

Business. 

Varsity Soccer. 

Butteru-ick. Laura Ann - Biology/Pre-Med 

with a minor in Biochemistry. 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Delpi Society; Biology 

Club; Tutor; Biology and Anatomy Lab 

Assistant. 

I'd like to especially thank my parents. I 

couldn't have made it without you! 



Camilli, Keith A. - Business Administration 

with Minors in Business Information Systems 

and Marketing. 

Cross Country; swimming; intramural sports; 

Commuter Club; Computer Club; History 

Club; Quiz Bowl; SIFE; Student Senate; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Delphi Society. 

Good Luck to the Classes of '91 '92 '93 and 

94. 

Campanella, Scott - Biology. 
APB; Student Senate, Amnesty International; 
Advocates for Peace; Habitat for Humanity; 
Biology Qub; "The Writing on the Wall"; 
Sock and Buskin; 1991 Peet Counselor 
Interviewer; Judicial Board; Outdoot Club. 
Momma Momma many worlds I've known, 
ince I first left home. I love you all. 

Zarpenter, Stephanie L. - Elementary 

Education. 

Ijoss country; Track and Field club; Education 

dub; Delphi Society, Peer Counselor; Tutot . 

rhank you mom and dad! Thank you all my 

lousemates at Gables for not muzzling me! 

isiidy, Robert Martin III - Physics and 
vlathematics. 
5 hysics Club, President; Chess Club, President; 



Math Qub; APB; Student Senate; Yearbook; 
Biology Qub; Intramural Raquetball. 
Thanks Dad for all the help that you have 
given to me during my years at Elizabethtown. 
Mom, thank you for being there. To my 
friends thank you for your support and 
understanding. 

Cemensky, James J. - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Marketing and a 
Minot in History. 
Soccer Team; SAM Club. 

Chayi, Emanuel - Communications. 

Clarkin, Elizabeth - Occupational Therapy. 
Intrmural baskervall and Softball; newspaper 
staff; SOTA dub; CROP volleyball marathon; 
OT marathon weekend. 

It is sheet good fortune to miss somebody long 
before they leave you. 

Clayton, Dawn L. - Occupational Thetapy. 

Field Hockey; Softball; Pi Theta Epsilon; 

SOTA Qub. 

To everyone that has helped me along the 

way-thank you. Spedal thanks Mom and Dad. 

Also Karen and Kellie and Beth (you're the 

best.) 

Clouser, Ralph C. Ill - Business Amninistrarion 
with Concentrations in Management and 
Accounting and a Minor in Statistics. 
Varsity Baseball; Varsity Golf. 

Cochrane, Heather Ellen - Communications- 
Mass Media. 

ECTV-Co-producer; ECTV Executive board; 
APB-Movie committee; Dorm council-dass 
representative; drde K; DCAC; WWEC; 
Conestogan-sports editor; Tour guide; Tutor. 
Thanks to all of my roommates for the great 
times! Mom and dad, I love your. I couldn't 
have gotten through it without you! 

Coll, Melissa J, - Chemistry-Med Tech. 

SAACS. 

Thanks for everything Mom, Dad, and Bob. I 

love you! 

Compton, Elizabeth A. - Biology with a Minor 
in Biochemistry. 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Elizabethtown 
Horseback Riding Qub, Presidenr; Biology 
Club; Admissions Search Piece. 
To all my friends, Don't you forger about me, 
I love and will miss you all. Good luck E- 
Town Soccer. "Imagine This", East and West 
High Street. "I'm going to be a ... vetrinarian!! 
Thanks Skip, Lois and the Girls for being such 
a spedal part of my life. Thanks for being my 
best friend, Randy. Well mom and pops I 
made my mark. 

Connolly, Daniel J. - Communications 
Editor-in-Chief Etownian; Columnist- 
Etownian; WWEC-FM; ECTV; SCJ, Vice- 
President, IABC. 

Mom, Dad, Ree - I love you guys thanks for 
all the support. This one is for you. To the 
Etownian Staff, the B-2 Crew etc., thanks fot 
all of the laughs, friendships, and memories. 
These changes in lartitudes, changes in 
attitudes nothing temains quite the same. 



Through all of our running and all of our 
cunning if we couldn't laugh we'd all go 
insane. 

Conrad, Kirstin - Occupational Therapy. 
Dorm Coundl; APB; SOTA Club. 
Thanks for four great years Mom and Dad. 
Thanks to Anne and Allyson for everyrhing. I 
love you Brad!! 

Cooper, Catherine A, - Occupational Therapy 
Pi Theta Epsilon; ASCOTA delegate; Varsity 
Field Hockey; Dorm Council, Secretary; 
Amnesty International, Coordinator, Oui reach 
Coordinator; Advocates fot Peace; Outdoot 
Club; Occupational Therapy Club. 
"The whole time I'd nevet seen all you had 
spread before me the whole time I'd never 
seen that all I'd need was inside me"- Sinead 
O'Connot 

Coron, Jeffrey William - Finance. 
Sodeiy for the Advancement of Management; 
Accounting-Finance Club; Varsity Soccer. 
Thanks Mom, you're finally free from debt! 

Courpas, Christine M. - Communications with 
a Concentration in Public Relations. 
Head Resident; RA; RAzzmatazz Editor; 
Communications Alumni Board Rep.; 
"FOOLS"; President's Retreat; 
Communications Open House Assistant; 
IABC; WWEC; ECTV; E-townian; Tutor. 
The place was nice. The people were patient, 
fun and friendly. I enjoyed college nore than I 
ever thought I would. I only hope life in the 
"real world" has as much to offer. 

Curtis, Kami Jean - Psychology. 
Cheerleader, Captain; APB; Occupational 
Thetapy Club; Psychology Club; Intramurals, 
Softball, Volleyball. 

"Today, well lived, makes yesterday a dream 
of happiness, and tomorrow a vision of hope." 



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Dagen, Duane - English/Professional Writing. 
Newspaper Staff, Radio. 

Dean, Elizabeth R, - English with a 
Concentration in Professional Writing and a 
Minor in Pyschology. 

deCheubell, Janine Terese - Occupational 

Therapy. 

Student Occupational Therapy Club. 

To the 3 west "Zoo Ctew" T, B, S, K, A, L, 

and C thanks for a wonderful four years. Luv 

ya guys! 

DeFilippo, Maryann Christine - Sorial Work. 
Sodal Work Student Assodation, Junior and 
Senior Representative; Young Democrats of 
America; Tutor; Amnesty International. 

Dickinson, Kim - Elementary Education. 
Democrats Club; APB. 

DiEdoardo, Ross Patrick - Psychology with a 
Minor in Religious Studies. 
Psychology Club; Psi-Chi; Tutor; BCA, 
England, Dorm Coundl. 



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Thanks to all who made this possible. My 
special thanks to Mom, Dad, Dotene, Michael 
and Aunt B. fot yout constant support. I love 
you all. To my friends, I won't forget any of 
you- Gary, Kat-Bud, Melissa, Cheri, Mark, 
Susan, Tim, Deb -you're all one in a million!!! 

Diemer, Devise R. - Occupational Therapy. 
Circle K; SOTA; APB. 

Donecker, Gregory R. - Business Administration 
with a minot in Management and Accounting. 
Mens Volleyball; Accounting Finance Club; 
Sam Club; Student Senate; Dorm Council; 
Tutor; Writing consultant. 

Druck, Benn A. - Occupational Therapy. 

Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior 

Wrestling. 

All dogs go to Heaven! Peace D.M., J.T. and 

R.D.! 

Duerr, Aimee L. - Accounting with a Minor in 
Political Science 

Accounting Finance Club, Secretary; Alpha 
Lambda Delta, Treasurer 

Dufault, Michael Paul - Business 
Administration with Concentrations in 
Management and International Studies. 
Student Senate; Academic Cote Committee; 
Men's Volleyball Club, President and Captain; 
Sam Club; College Bowl '89, '90. 
As a great English prophet said: "Boom- 
Shanka-may the seed of your loin be fruitful in 
the belly of your woman." 

Duff, Sharon L. - Chemistry/Medical 
Technology with a Minot in Biology. 
Modern Language Club; Chemistry Qub, 
President; CROP Volleyball Marathon; Tutor. 

Dunmyer, Nancy - Biology/Pre- Vetrinary 

Medicine with Minors in Biochemistry and 

Psychology. 

Volleyball; Biology Club; Alpha Lambda 

Delta. 

Thanks Mom and Dad fot your constant 

support-I love you both. Thanks Brian for 

standing by me for these past three years-I love 

you too! 



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Eby, Craig - Business Administration with a 
Concentration in Management. 

Etter, Amy Lynn - Social Work with a Minor 
in Psychology. 

Conestogan, Editot-in-Chief; Big Brother/ Big 
Sister; Socal Work Student Association, Juniot 
Representative, President; Intramurals; 
Psychology Club; Peer Counselor. 
Mom and Dad- I know it hasn't been easy 
getting me this far and I want to thank you 
fot your support and guidance. I love you! 
Good luck in the future Jen! And to all those 
who made my memories ar E-town so special, 
thank you and I love you. Good luck Class of 
•91. 

Evans, Cathy - Spanish. 

Junior year abroad in Spain; Modern Language 



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Club; Resident Assistant. 
Mom, thanks for making our dream a reality. 
"Life is to be fortified by many friendships. To 
love, and to be loved, is the greatest happiness 
of existence." - Sydney Smith. 



Falcone, Lisa - Sociology with a Minor in 
Biology. 

Intramural Sports. 

To my family: I can't thank you enough for all 
the love, support, and understanding through 
these past four years. I could not have made it 
without you! I love you!!! To all my friends at 
E-town-especially my Annex Buddies- the 
special memories we have shared together will 
be with me always. Ang-special thanks to you 
fot your unbeatable and never friendship! WE 
FINALLY MADE IT! 

Feola, Angela - Early Childhood Education. 
Education Club; Peer Counselor; APB. 
Thanks for everything Mom and Dad! 

Fichtner, Michele E. - Early Childhood 
Education with a Minor in Psychology. 
Education Club; Dorm Council; Tutor; 
Intramural Basketball and Soccer; Peer 
Counselor; Alpha Lambda Delta. 
Thanks Mom and Dad, Lissa and DJ . Thanks 
for everything girls! You made it so fun! I love 
you all! 

Fine , Darice R. - Elementary Education. 
Cheerleading; Ski Club; Education Club, 
President and Advisor. 
I love you Mom and Dad! Thanks for caring! 

Fisher, Allyson A. - Early Childhood Education 
with a Minot in Psychology. 
Education Club; Dorm Council; Tour Guide. 
Thanks Mom and Dad. 

Fisher, Patrick S. - Accounting. 
Accounting and Finance Club; Young 
Republicans Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Intramural Sporrs. 

Fouchet, Lisa A. - Accounting. 
Accounting/Finance Club; Varsiry Softball; 
Delphi Society; College Scholar. 

Fritzinger, Christine - Early Childhood 
Education with a Minor in Psychology. 
Volleyball; Education Club; Psychology Qub; 
Neuman Qub. 
May our memories be past but not forgotten. 



Gallagher, Christine - Communications. 
Ski Club; I.A.B.C; E.C.T.V. camera crew; 
WWEC Radio; Newspaper; Yearbook. 

Garner, Judith M. - Accounting. 
Accounting/Finance Club; SAM Qub. 

Garrison, Sandra L. - Social Work. 
Social Work Student Association; PAUSWE. 
Thanks to everyone who has made these years 
memorable. "Take your time, don't live too 



fast, troubles will come and they will pass. 
You'll find someone and you'll find love, and 
don't fotget there is someone up above." 

Gaulker, Elizabeth - Music Therapy with a 
minor in Psychology. 

Swim Team; Residence Life Council; Campus 
Gold; MENC; Alpha Mu; Orchestra; Chorale. 

George, Karen Ann - Business Administration 

with Concentrations in Marketing and 

Management. 

Tennis; SIFE; SAM CLub; Inrramurals, 

Volleyball and Softball. 

To Mom and Dad, thanks for making all my 

dreams come true. To the girls of 301 and B3 

thanks for all the memories and I wish all of 

you a bright future. 

Gerhart, Lisa D. - Elementary Education with 
a Minor in Business Administration. 
Education Qub, treasurer; Delphi Society; 
Alpha lambda Delta; Student assistant; 
Marketing Qub, secretary; Dean's List. 

Glaser, Sally M. - Occupational Therapy. 
SOTA; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Theta 
Epsilon; College Scholat. 

Goslin, Jacqui A. - Occupational Therapy with 

a Minor in Psychology. 

Etownian; SOTA Qub; Dotm Council; 

Student Senate; Ski Club. 

Mom-thanks for being the best friend I could 

ever ask for. Dad, you mean I was supposed to 

do all this in four years?!? and Rich-what yould 

I have done without you (besides a lot less 

papers!) Thanks for all your love and support. 

You really mean the world to me. I love you 

Boo! 

Gosweiler, Lori Leigh - Elementary Education. 
Education Club; International Qub; Manager- 
Men's Soccer. 

Jen P.-You'll always be a geek! Thanks Mom 
and Dad for everything. You are the best. 

Gould, James A. - Communications with a 
Concentration in Corporate Media. 
ECTV; WWEC; Etownian; Tutor; Concert 
Choir; Concert Band; Big Band. 
Mom, Nana, Amy Beth, and Ian, thank you 
for your support these past four years. I love 
you all. Dad, thank you for giving me the 
opportunity to come to Elizabethtown. I really 
miss you. 

Gray, Kelli G. - Biology with a Minor in 

Biochemistry. 

Laboratory Assistant; Biology Qub; SAACS. 



Gress, Debra Paige - Elementary Education. 
APB; Education Qub; Dotm Council. 
Mom and Dad what more can I say but I lovt 
you and thanks-Jason, enjoy! To S.K., D.D., 
K.L. and H.C. I love you guys, thanks for 
making me feel as if I was with you from the 
start. And Minn you put up with so much 
thanks fot being my strength. Hove you very 
much. 



Griffith, Leslie J. - Biology-Pre Med. 
Activities Planning Board; Biology Club. 
Good luck to the class of '91 and to my 
special friends in the class of '93! Thanks Mor 



and Dad! 

Gryczko, Margaret - Occupational Therapy. 
SOTA; Yearbook Staff. 

Schlosser 2-East girls, we made it! K.N., J.W., 
J.G., L.V., T.N., L.W. and Basement I love 
you all! 



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Hallman. Harold M. /// - Business 
Administration with a Concentration in 
Marketing. 

Hansbury , James C. - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Marketing. 
Golf; Marketing Club 
Don't think about it just do it! Granola 
crunchin. Bead makin', Tie-dyed bark-eaters 
rule! Keep on phloggin', Thanks for everything 
Mom and Dad!! D3 and Basement, thanks for 
everything guys! Stevie Ray Vaughan lives on. 

Harclerode, Susan Louise - Accounting. 

Harrison, Matthew S. - English. 

Harvey, Wendy L. - Modern Languages with a 
minor in Business Administration. 
Chorale; Brethren Student Fellowship; 
Inrramural Soccer; Modem Languages Club; 
Student Senate; BCA junior year Abroad in 
Strasbourg, France. 

Thanks so much to all of my friends and my 
family. You've made these four years the best 
ones of my life. I love you guys! 

Heath, Rebecca L. - Biology with a minor in 

Biochemistry. 

Biology Club; Alpha Lambda Delta; Tutor; 

Lab assistant for Biology and Chemistry. 

Herman, Amy J. - Chemistry, ACS and 
Chemistry/Physics Education. 
Student Senate; Dorm Council; APB; 
Yearbook, Co-Editor-in-Chief; Tutor; 
Chemistry Club; Physics Club, Secretary; 
Education Club; Qass Secretary; Freshmen 
Orientation Staff; Summer Research; Lab 
Assistant; College Bowl; Board of Publications; 
Judicial Board; Delphi Society, Secretary; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; College Scholar; Dean's 
List. 

Well Mom and Dad, its four years and 
hundreds of phone calls later, but thanks to 
your love and support, I made it!! 

Herpich, Courtney L. - Early Childhood 

Education. 

Education Club; Peer Educator. 

Herr, Steven - Social Work. 
Peer Counselor; SWSA, Vice President; 
Intramural sports; Class Representative SWSA, 
sophomore and junior. 

Hersh, Jonathan M. - Psychology. 

Cross Country; Psych Qub; Tutor; Intramural 

Sports. 

Thanks Grandma for thinking ahead; I won't 

forget to pursue the dream you gave me. 

Hershey, J. David - Communications with a 
Minor in Corporate Media. 



WWEC, D.J.; APB; Photography Club; Board 
of Publications; Dorm Council; IABC, Vice 
President of Promotions. 

Hess, Bonnie Sue - English/Professional 
Writing with a Minor in Spanish. 

Hester, Paul S. - Biology. 

Volleyball Qub; Outdoors Club; Biology Qub; 

College Scholar; Musser Scholarship. 

Hoff, David Paul - Communications with 

Conncentrations in Corporate Media and Mass 

Communications. 

ECTV, Graphics Manager, Director; WWEC; 

Etownian; Intramural Sports 

Thanks Mom and Dad for all that you've done 

for me. To all the seniors - Good luck in the 

beginning of a new life. 

Hoffer, Carol A. - Accounting with a Minor in 

Statistics. 

Commuter Council, President; Accounting and 

Finance Qub, Treasurer; VITA Volunteer; 

Inrramural Volleyball; Centerville Junior High 

Chess Team Coach; Delphi Society; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon. 

Thanks to all my lounge buddies fro making 

everyday full of fun and laughter. -Keep 

smiling always. Thanks to my family for all of 

your continued support. I love you. 

Hogan, Grace Ann - Early Childhood 

Education. 

Men's Basketball Manager; Education Club. 

I would like to thank my Mom, Nana, Pop, 

Kathleen and all my friends, especially Becca 

for all of their love and support. I love all of 

you! 

Holdren, Micheal W. - Business 
Administration. 

WWEC; Etownian, Business Manager; Law 
Club, Vice President; Student Senate; 
Accounting/ Finance Club; Peer Counselor; 
Summer Orientation Staff; Society of 
Collegiate Journalists; Men's Basketball. 
Thanks to my parents and friends for all of 
their support. Thanks! 

Huff, Lee Edward - Business Administration 

with a Concentration in Marketing. 

College Republicans; Accounting and Finance 

Club; SAM Club; Intramural Sports; 

Marketing and Advertising Club; Tutor; 

WWEC, DJ. 

I would like to thank my mother! You are the 

greatest! The world is my oyster and this is just 

the beginning! 

Huggins, Patrick M. - History wirh a Minor in 

Political Science. 

Varsity Tennis; Intramural Football and 

Volleyball; Basketball; Softball. 

Mom, Dad and Kris- Thank you for all your 

love and support, I could never have gotten 

this far without you. To all my dose friends 

and everyone else who has made my four years 

at E-town so memorable- it's been great and I 

know I'll never forget. H. thanks for 

everything! 

Huntzinger, Daphne L. - Business 
Administration-Finance. 



Hurst, Scott - Accounting. 
Accounting/Finance Club; Republican Club; 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Delphi Society; 
Intramurals; Ski Club. 



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Jackson, Deborah - Elementary Education. 
Resident Assistant; Education Club; Habitat 
for Humanity. 

Jobes, Julie Marie - Communications with a 
Minor in Business Administration. 

Johnson, Alan L. - Business Administration. 

Volleyball Club; CROP Volleyball Marathon; 

Habitat for Humanity. 

Thank you Mom and Dad! Hang in there 

Loopy. 

Jones, Elayne - Elementary Education. 
Education Club; Circle K. 

Jordan, Marion Lynn - Business 
Administration with Concentrations in 
Management and BIS and a Minor Psychology. 
Social Work Club; SAM, Vice President; 
Banquet Manager. 

Thanks Mom and Dad, I couldn't have done 
it without your love, support, and money! 
Cheryl, Kate, Joyce, Karen, Dan, Grammie, 
Pop, Mamie, Pa-Bob and Alfie, I love ya! 
Here's to a great future!! 



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Kelty, Colleen - Early Childhood Education 

with a Minor in Psychology. 

Education Club. 

The friends and special memories found in E- 

town will last an eternity. 

Keppley, Kirk - Social Studies. 

Kimball, Tanya - Occupational Therapy. 
Amnesty International; APB; Dtama; Outdoor 
Qub; PC; RA; RLC; SOTA. 
Thanks to my family for their support and 
encouragement. Thanks to those from 1-S for 
a great start and for continued friendships. 
Thanks to Viv and Cathy for being OT geeks 
that I could have fun and work with. 

Knowles, Jamie - Early Childhood and 
Elementary Education. 
Education Club, Vice-President. 

Kreider, Sue - Elementary Education. 
Women's Varsity Basketvall, Captain; 
Outdoor Club; Intramural Softball; Education 
Club; Dorm Council; Tutor. 
Special Thanks to my Mom and Dad for all 
their love, support, and encouragement. And 
to Dave who was always there for 
"inspiration". To my roommate Deb, thanks 
for always being there. Don't forget to 
rearrange your room. And ro our fearsome 
foursome me, DS, AE, and RS may we remain 
friends forever. Love you guys! 

Kreiser, Travis - Business Administration. 



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Kropiewnicki, Joseph J. - Business 

Administration with a Concentration in 

Management. 

Golf Team; Intramural Sports. 

Kucks, Melissa A. - Communications. 
Women's Soccer; Yearbook, Senior Section 
Editot. 

Kulbacki, Timothy J. - Business 

Administration. 

Accounting/Finance Club; Intercollegiate 

Baseball; Intramural Football, Basketball and 

Softball. 



Lacy, Elizabeth Brooke - Elementary Education. 
Education Club. 

Do your best, that's all anyone can ask of you. 
I've learned this best thanks to my parents. I 
love your both very much! 

Landis, Mark A. - Accounting. 

Bowling League, Accounting/Finance Club, 

Ptesident; SAM Club; Inttamural Football, 

Soccer. 

To each his/her own! 

Larossa, Ernie - Communications. 

ECTV, Producer, Anchor, Reporter; Freshmen 

Orientation Staff, Student Co-Cootdinator; 

WWEC, Sports Director, Football Announcer; 

WGAL Sporrs Intern. 

Mom and Mike-thanx for all your support, I 

love you both. Brian and Bill, thanks for all 

the gteat times, you guys ate the best. To all 

my friends not mentioned, thanx for the best 

four years of my life. 

Lemma, Brian David - Communications and 
English with a Concentration in Professional 
Writing. 

WWEC; ECTV; International Association of 
Business Communicatots; Cross Country. 
I want to thank my Mom and Dad for all the 
love and support that they have given me. I 
am etenally grateful. To Ernie and Bill - I 
could not have survived without you. To 
Mike- thanks for the laughs. Finally, to Kim, 
thank you for making my college experience so 
special. You are my strength and I will always 
love you. Always!! 

Lenkins, Jay W. - Political Science witn a 

Minor in History. 

Theatte. 

There can only be one! 

Lerch, John J. B. IV - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Management and a 
Minor in Computer Science. 
Concert Choir; Student Managet, Banquets; 
SAM Club, President; Computer Science Club. 

Levan, Pamela Kay - Elementary Education 
with a Minot in History. 
Womens Basketball, Co-Captain; Education 
Club; Brethren Student Fellowship. 
"Deb, hit her, we'll sell t-shirts." Is this 
notmal or did you do a lot of acid in the 60's? 
Life's battles don't always go to the stronger or 
the fastet hand; But sooner or later the person 



who wins is the one who thinks, "I can!" Lady 
Jays are SIMPLY THE BEST. 

Libby, Brian - Business Administration with a 
Concenttation in Management. 
Ski Club; SAM Club; Republican Club; 
Wrestling; Dorm Council; Intramurals. 

Lipsky, Kimberly Marie - Communications 
with a Concenttation in Mass Media. 
Judicial Board; Dean's List; Peer Counselor; 
Freshman Class Secretary; Habitat fot 
Humanity; Society fot Collegiate Journalists- 
Secretary; WWEC;Pre-law Club; Alph 
Lambda Delta; Student Senate; Conestogan; 
Etownian; Litetary Magazine; CROP; New 
Blue Two Spirit Club. 
Thanks Mom & Dad for the genes! Love to 
Amy, Kelly, Mary, Lan, Ann, Dawn, Angie, and 
Gina. "You kill me." "you gotta love them." 
"God bless 'em". 

Little, Melissa Anjanette - Political Science 
with a Minor in Sociology. 
Political Science Club, President; Co- 
Chairperson Homecoming Midway; Home 
coming Committee; College Republicans; 
Tutor; Admissions Tour Guide; Homecoming 
Escort; Student Senate; Memorial Garden 
Committee. 

Happiness cannot come ftom without.it must 
come from within. It is not what we see and 
touch or that which others do for us which 
makes us happy; it is that which we think and 
feel and do, first for the other fellow and then 
fot ourselves. 

Lorelli, David S. - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Management. 
SAM Club; Marketing Club; Tutor; Computer 
Lab Assistant; Assistant Student Advisor for 
Peer Counselor. 



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Mathews, Robert S. II - Business Management 
with a Secondary Focus in Communications. 
SIFE, Treasurer; Intramural Foorball. 

Mazurkevich, Krista - Occupational Therapy. 
Dorm Council, Vice President; OT Club; 
Karate Club; Ski Club; Outdoor Club. 

McAndrew, Kellie - Elementary Education. 
Student Assiatant for the Education 
Department; Education Club; Freshman 
Orientation Staff; Tour Guide; Intramural 
Volleyball. 

A special thanks to Mom, Dad and Brian for 
always being there with your love, support and 
encouragement. I love you! To Cathy and the 
old B-3 snobs-just remember you'llalways hold 
a special place in my memories. To the girls of 
"301": Thanks for all the special memoties 
and best of luck to each of you. I will miss 
you! 

McClain, Tonya A. - Political Science with a 
Minor in French. 

College Democrats, Ptesident; Student Senate; 
Political Science Club; Resident Assistant. 
"Make new friends, but keep the old; these are 



gold." To all my friends, especially D.N., C.C, 
S.R. and all the rest, you're rhe best! Schlosser 
3 East I'll miss you. To my family- you've 
made it all possible. R.T. may your remaining 
years here be the best. 

McGlaughlin, Timothy N. - Biochemistry 

Varsity Soccer 

Thank you Mom, Dad, Shawn, and Ryan, love 

you. 

McGowan, Kellie - Occupational Therapy. 
Dorm Council; SOTA Club. 
I want to express my endless gratitude for 
everything that my mom and dad have done 
for me. I love you both very much! I 
appreciate you more than you will evet know. 
I also want to thank my two brothers, 
Grandmom, relatives and good friends for all 
the love and support you've given me through 
out life and especially during the last four 
years. 

McKenzie, Timothy B. - Biochemistry with a 

Minor in Biology. 

Chemistry Club; Banquet Manager. 

Mellott, Tamela J. - Political Science with 
Minors in Spanish and International Studies. 
Chorale; Choral Union; Pre-Law Club; Political 
Science Club; Tutor; Modern Language Club; 
Peer Counselor; Softball Team; Student 
Assistant; Pi Sigma Alpha. 

Merrifield, Douglas - Accounting. 
Accounting-Finance Club, President; Society 
for the Advancement of Management. 

Michener, Amy L. - Early Childhood 
Education/Elementary Education. 
Varsiry Volleyball; Intramurals; Resident 
Assistant. 

Mifflin, Brittany Lyn - Accounting. 
Citde K Club, Treasurer; Accounting and 
Finance Club; Student Senate; Children's 
Rehabilitation Centet and Masonic Homes. 
Let us nevet forger and never regret what we 
have been through together but grow upon it. 

Miller, Anne Nicole - Biology. 
Swim Team; Founders' Dorm Council; 
Freshman Orientation Staff; Biology Club; 
Student Senate; Sophomore, Junior, Senior 
Treasurer (Class of '91). 
"I can't change the direction of the wind, but 
I can adjust my sail to always reach my 
destination." Thank you Mom and Dad for all 
your love, support and encouragement through 
the past 4 years. Thanks for always being there 
when I needed you most. Thanks to my 
friends. I love you! 

Misiolek, Susan - Mathematics with a Minot in 

English. 

Math Club; Pi Mu Epsilon. 

Morgan, Chris E. - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Marketing. 
Varsity Soccet, Captain. 

Morin, Jennifer C. - Occupational Therapy. 
Rel. Life Com.; Big Bro./Big Sis. Coordinator 
Head Residenr; RA; Women's Soccer; 
Newman Club Officer; PACT; SOTA.Officer; 



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CROP V-ball; "Faculty and Student Work of 
Etown" Show; IntramuraJs; Spring Arts Fest. 
'Com.; Speaker for Mtg House Dedication; 
Tutor; Campus Services; Who's Who Among 
Students in America. Univ. and Colleges. 
The purpose you form in the mind, the ideals 
you enthrone in the heart, these you will build 
your life by, this you will become. 

LWorrir, Chris - Elementary Education. 
[Soccer 

\Mott Lambrecbt. Amy Louise - Social Work. 
Occupational Thetapy Club; Social Work 
Club; Swim Team. 
Is this 16 Candles?... No, it's Pretty in Pink! 

Moyer. Jaclyn L. - Communications/Corporate 
Media with a Minor in Business 
Administration. 

Students in Free Enterprise; Marketing Club; 
WWEC-FM Production Staff; Etownian; 
Women's Varsity Tennis; Ski Club; Founders' 
Dorm Council, secretary; Forensics/Debate 
Club. 

Mom, Dad, and Family: Thanks for all the love 
and support. I couldn't have done it without 
you, Mike-My favorite ski bum, wi'U be 
together soon. Beth-never forget psycho 
laughs' I love you all! To my comm. geeks- 
thank God we survived seminar! 

Murphy, Sharon - Political Science with a 
Minor in International Studies. 
Political Science Club; Amnesty International; 
Modem Language Club; Intramurals. 

Myers. Crystal L. - Social Work with a Minor 
in Psychology. 

Social Work Srudent Association; campus 
Gold Girl Scours; Concert Band; Band Staff; 
Royer Dorm Council; APB; Residence Life 
Council. 

'And in the end, the love you take is equal to 
the love you make. "John Lennon. 

Myers, Eric C. - English Education with a 
Minor in French. 

RA; Men's Volleyball Team, President and 
Treasurer; English Club, President; Delphi 
Society, Vice President; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Sigma Tau Delta; Ed Club; Modern Languages 
Club; Student Senate; Dorm Council; 
Admissions Tourguide and Supervisor; Tutor, 
Dean's List; Who's Who Among American 
Universities and Colleges; Big Brother. 
O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is 
done, the ship has weathered every rack, the 
prize we sought is won... -Walt Whitman 



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Naradho, Deborah Ann - Occupational 
rherapy. 

Resident Assistant; SOTA, Executive Board. 
Friends are friends forever.. .though it's hard 
:o let go. ..a lifetimes not too long to live as 
iiends." TM, MP, SG, R3N, S2W. Thank 
«>u family for your unconditional love and 
support throughout my life, without you I 
rouldn't have made it. Scott-what would it 
lave been without you? D'Georges-you made 



life interesting. 

Nichols, Laura M. - English with a 
Concentration in Professional Writing and a 
Minor in Visual Arts. 

Spring Arts Festival; English Club; Litetary 
Magazine; APB; Intramural Volleyball; 
Inrramural Softball; SIFE Club; Tutor; 
Drawing Instructor. 

Nissley, Kristin - Occupational Therapy 
SOTA; Pi Theta Epsilon; Yearbook; Peer 
Counselor; Orientation Staff. 
Andy, Mom, and Dad, "You are the wind 
beneath my wings." Thank you for all your 
love and support. Girls- "Don't lose that 
loving feeling" I'll miss you. 



Parmer, Tammy Marie - Elementary Education. 
Education Club; APB. 

Patey, Mark J, - Communications with a 
Minor in French. 

Newman Club secretary and publicity officer; 
Photo Club publicity officer; WWEC radio 
production officer. 

Patton, David A. - Business Administration 
with a Minor in Finance and Accounting. 
Accounting and Finance Club; Intramural 
Sports. 

Peckham, Laura Colleen - Psychology. 

APB; Dorm Council; Psychology Club; Biology 

Club; Intramural Softball, BWAA. 

Dad, Mom, Kath and Beaners thank you for 

all your encouragement and tons of love. To 

the BWS: Here's to you, here's to me, friends 

forever we shall be... 

Phillips, Traci Lynne - Psychology. 

Student Senate; Class Secretary, Senior; Peer 

Counselor; Field Hockey; Outdoor Club; 

Intramurals. 

Thanks Mom and Dad!! "Live each day to its 

fullest!" 

Pierce, Olivia A. - Business Administration 
with Minors in Finance and Marketing. 
Marketing Club; Accounting and Finance 
Club; Intrmurals; Tutor. 
Good bye E-town! To the B-3 girls and the 
girls of 30 1 : Thanks for making the past four 
years the best they could possible be! The 
memories will last a lifetime! Thanks Mom 
and Dad for all that you have done!! 

Pizza, Kenneth E. Jr. - Biology/Pre-Med. 
RA; Biology Club; Concer Band; Clarinet 
Ensemble; Concert Choir; Chorale; CROP 
Volleyball; IVCF; Religious Life Committee; 
Newman Club, Treasurer and President; Parish 
and Collegians Together; PA. Catholic 
Newman Province, Vice President, President, 
Secretary. 

Thanks Mom and Dad for never pushing me, 
but always supporting me. I love you always 
Becky. God bless you all and have a great life! 

Pollak, Maria C. - Occupational Therapy. 
Royer Dorm Council; Habitat for Humanity, 



treasurer; SOTA-dass rep, Soph, Jr. co-chair, 
Sr. president; APB-special events; CROP 
volleyball. 

Mom and Dad thanks for all the love and 
support. You are the best!. ..Love, Maria 
Noodle- You've been a wonderful friend. 
Thanks for all the memories. I wish you the 
best of luck with everything. We made 
it!. ..Love, Patsy 

Poll, Samantha Aline - Professional Writing 
with a Minor in Political Science. 
English Club; Political Science Club; English 
Honor Society; Political Science Honor Society; 
College Democrats; BCA, England; Modern 
Language Club; Intramural Volleyball. 
Mom and Dad: Thank you for believing in 
me. I love you very much!-Minder Lou. 

Prem, Gary Owen - Elementary Education. 
Cross Country, Captain; BCA, England; 
Delphi Society; Education Club; Bible Study. 
Thanks Mom, Dad and big brothers for 
making the dream come true, I love you! 
Thanks to the people who have helped and 
supported me. "Therefore, since we are 
surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, 
let us throw off everything that hinders and 
the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run 
with perserverance the race marked out for us. 
Let us fix our eyes on Jesus... Hebrews 



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Rahn, Tina M. - Psychology. 

Circle K, District Secretary. 

Thank you to all my friends and family-I 

made it! 

Rathsam, Mark A. - Communications and 
Corporate Media. 

Ravenscroft, James - Marketing with a Minor 
in Spanish. 

Modern Language Club; SAM Club; 
International Club 

Redline, Kellie S. - Social Work. 
Social Work Student Association; Tutor. 
Thanks Mom and Dad! I couldn't have made 
it without you! 

Rey, Robert - Sociology. 

Richards, Sally W. - Marketing with a Minor 

in Communications. 

Srudent Assistant, dept. of Business; SIFE; 

Tutor; Intramurals. 

A special thanks to Mom, Dad, and Willy. I 

love you and could not have done it without 

you. To the girls of 301, thanks for the 

memories and best of luck always! "We choose 

our friends, not by what we see in them, but 

what they make us see in ourselves." 

Rouiller, Danielle - Communications with 

Concentrations in Corporate Media and Public 

Relations. 

IABC, President; Communique, Editor; 

WWEC, News Director; Society of Collegiate 

Journalist; Tutor; Srudent Assistant, Dept. of 

English; Alpha Lambda Delta. 

Thanks to all my friends and family. May we 



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Sauder, Lisa Kay - Elementary Education. 
Intramural Soccer; BSF; Education Club; 
Yearbook. 

Sawyer, William T. - Business Administration 

with Concentrations in Management and 

Marketing. 

Society for Advancement of Management; 

Student Senate; Alumni Council; Campus Life 

Council; International Club; Intramural 

Football, Basketball, and Softball; Spring 

Semester in Japan. 

Always remember that we are born to live, so 

live to the fullest. 

Scharr, Donna J. - Accounting 

Varsity Cross Country; Track and Field Club; 

Accounting Club. 

Scheidel, Rebecca A. - Social Work 
Thanks mom, dad, and family. Good luck my 
friends in that jungle out thete, and never 
forger the friendship we share. 

Scheurich, G. Dean - Business Administration 
with a Concentration in Management. 

Scbiedt, Elizabeth - Early Childhood Education 
and Elementary Education. 
Education Club; Dorm Council; Residents Life 
Council; Intrmural Sports. 

Schramm, Mary Frances - Occupational 

Therapy. 

Concert Band; Habitat for Humanity; Jazz 

Band; Student Occupational Therapy 

Association; Pi Theta Epsilon; Alpha Lambda 

Delta; Religious Life Council; Task Force on 

Community Service. 

Mom, Jeff and Matt- Thanks for everything! 

You guys are the best! And to the East Hall 

Band- thanks for all the fun times! I love ya's 

and I'll never forget you! 

Seller, MarciJ. - Elementary Education. 
Brethren Student Fellowship; Concert Choir; 
Education Club; Habitat for Humanity Club; 
Dean's List. 

Sewell, Vivian S. - Occupational Therapy. 
Sock and Buskin Vice President; Alpa Psi 
Omega; Acted in : "Fools", "Three Faces of 
Noel Coward", "A Midsummer Night's 
Dream" and "The Second Shepherd's Play" 
Kris, you have been the best roommate ever. 
We have had 4 grear years. Carolyn, I had a 
heart and it was fine; we'll be friends to the 
end of time. Cathy and Tanya-I don't know 
how we got so close. We've had great study 
sessions, parties and Monday gossip sessions. I 
love you both. 

Shatto, John D. - Mathamatics 

Baseball Team; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu 

Epsilon; Math Club; Inttamurals 

Shaw, Deborah Jean - Accounting. 
Accounting and Finance Club; SIFE; Peer 
Counselor; Myer Dorm Council, Secretary; 



Resident Life Council. 

Myer 3-West is where it all began. Ronda and 
Amy-thanks fot being such terrific friends and 
making my college years a great experience. 
Sue-we went 4 terrific years with being best of 
toommates, but life wants us to move on. 
Remembet all the good times and accomplish 
all of your dreams. To my family, I love you 
all !! 

Shupp, Margaret B. - Business Administration 

with a Minor in Marketing. 

Marketing Club; Intramurals; APB; Open 

House. 

Simons, Kara L. - Occupational Therapy 

Orchestra. 

Thank you J., for making these four years 

special. I love you. 

Slozer, Susan M. - Mathematics/Secondary 

Education. 

Circle K, Lt. govenor; APB publicity chair; 

Orchestra; Math Club. 

Thanks Mom and Dad! I love you. 

Smith, Amy Jo - Business Education. 

Ski Club, President; PSEA; PBEA; NEA; 

Education Club; Dorm Council, Officer; 

Residence Life Council; Residence Life Appeals 

Committee. 

Smith, Steven E. - Business Administration 

with Concentrations in Acconting and 

Management. 

SAM CLub; Accounting and Finance Qub; 

College Athletic Department Employee. 



Snyder, Scot • 
Peace. 



Business Administration. 



Spofford, Lisa Maree - Sodal Work. 
SWSA; Peer Educating; APB, Special Events; 
DOrm Council; Residence Life Council; 
Students for Choice; Rape Awareness Group; 
Turoring; Campus Gold. 
"Strive for the stars. They are the most 
difficult to reach. Yet in that striving.you 
reach the mountain." Hey Mum, Daddy, 
Kara, and Rob, it looks good from up hete! 
Thanks for everything! Hove you! 

Stitley, Julie C. - Occupational Therapy. 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Student Occupational 
Therapy Association; Pi Theta Epsilon, 
Presidenr; Peer Counselor; Tutor; Student 
Admissions Assitant for Occupational Therapy 
Dept. 

Stouffer, Rhonda - Accounting. 

Stutzman, Melissa J. - Psychology with a 
Minor in Peace Studies. 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Psi Chi; Psychology 
Club; Advocates for Peace; Amnesty 
International; Community Service Task Force. 

Sutphin, Rhonda Sue - Elementary Education 

with Minors in English and Business 

Administration. 

Field Hockey; Intramurals; Ed Club; Ski Club; 

Tutot; Yearbook; SIFE; Peer Counselor; 

Outdoor Club; Big Brother/Sister. 

The rhree essentials of happiness are something 

to do, someone to love, and something to hope 



for. Thanks Mom and Dad for your love and 
support. To Ron-I couldn't have made it 
without you. To Amy, a grear roommate and 
friend. And the unfotgettalbe foursome 
DS,SK,AE, & me. I love you guys! 

Sylvester, Elyse L. - Communications. 



Tavares, Antonio J. - Business Administration 
with a Minor in Spanish. 
SAM Club; International Club; Modern 
Language Qub; Volleyball Club. 

Taylor, Stephanie Ann - Mathematics with a 

Minor in Political Science. 

Women's Basketball; Math Club; APB. 

Tembo, Benson - Communications. 
Black Student Union; International Qub; 
Habitat fot Humanity; Photography Club. 

Teoli, Stephanie M. - Communications with a 
Concentration in Public Relations and a Minot 
in Political Science. 

Student Senate; Peer Counselor; Wrestling 
Manager; IABC; Political Science Club. 

Thompson, Jeffrey Paul - Biochemistry with a 
Minor in Biology. 
Intramural sporrs; Chemistry dub, 
tepresentative; Student Senate; Homecoming 
Midway committee; Physics dub; College 
Bowl partidpant; Biology Qub; Co-editor, 
senior section of the yearbook; Crop marathon 
partidpant; Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Extern program partidpant; Academic and 
Freshman writing scholarship. 

Thomson, Brenda Lynn - Psychology with a 

Minor in History. 

Psychology Club; APB; Tutor; intramural 

softball; BWAA. 

Don't be afraid to take chances in your life. 

Nothing is permanent but death. Thank you 

Mom and Daddy for teaching me that and for 

everything else. Thank you Stephani, Laura, 

and Virginia for being the best 

friends/roommates ever. I love you all. 

Tomasello, Ronald L. - Communications with a 
Concentration in Mass Communications and a 
Minor in English. 

WWEC, Co-Station Manager; Sodety for 
Collegiate Journalists, President; Department 
Chairman's Advisory Committee; International 
Association of Business Communicators. 
Thanks Mom and Dad!! 

Tran, Trang Mai - Occupational Therapy. 
SOTA. 

Tregaskis, Diane - Computer Sdence with a 
Minor in Statistics. 

Resident Assistant; Computer Sdence Qub, 
President, Secretary; Student Senate; Academic 
Coundl; Cultural Evenrs Committee; Library 
Dedication Committee; Residence Life 
Coundl, Secretary; Concert Band; Tutor; 
Dean's List; Outdoors Qub; Ski Qub; 
Campus Gold, Secretary; APB; Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and 



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Colleges. 

To all my friends: Good luck with all that you 

do and keep in touch. 

Tullio, Carolyn - Social Work. 

Social Work Student Association; Chair of 

Dance and Movement Committee; Alpha Psi 

Omega. 

Thanks Mom, Dad, and Stef I love you! To all 

my friends especiaaly Kerri and Kim, I 

wouldn't have made it with out you. Thanks 

foa all the encouragement, support, hugs (and 

for purring up with the midnight madness) 

LUV YA BUNCHES! 



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Vnderkoffler, Wayne - Business. 

Baseball. 

Mom and Dad, Thanks for everything! I love 

you. Jennifer, you're the best, I love you! P.S. 

"It takes rwo" 

Ushler, William R. - Communications with a 
Concentration in Mass Communications and a 
Minor in Political Science. 
WWEC, Disc Jockey, Operations Manager, 
Station Manager, Men's Basketball Announcer; 
Etownian; ECTV; IABC, Programming Vice 
Presidenr; Society of Collegiate Journalists, 
Treasured; DCAC; Student Orientation Staff. 
After four years, It has come to rhis. Thanks 
Mom and Dad, and all my friends for getting 
me though it all. 



Varner, Shane D. - Business Administration 
with a Concenrration in Management. 
SAM Club; Intrarnurals: Foorball, Baskerball, 
Softball. 

Varrato, Jay D. - Biology-Pre Med wirh a 
Minor in Biochemistry. 
Mens Soccer; Admissions Representative; 
Tutor; Biology Lab Assistant; Intrarnurals. 
Thanks Dad and Mom-You're the greatest! 

Vogel, Matthew L. - Accounting. 
Accounting and Finance Club; SAM; Student 
Senate; Core Review Committee; Tutor; 
Intramural Softball, foorball, and basketball. 

Vondercrone, Linda A. - Communications. 
WWEC, Operations Mnager, Music Director; 
Etownian; IABC; Tutor; Learning Center 
Media Publisher; Intramural Basketball; 
College Republicans; Forensics. 
"I stretch the mind that hides within, new 
pride. I lose the four walls that keep me tied. 
Outside I brearhe the new air that teached 
me." Thanxs ro everyone that made my 
memories at E-town special. Thanx Mom and 
Dad for believing in me-I love you. 



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Walcher, Susan Marie - Occupational Therapy. 
Choral Union; Bible Study; OT Club; 



Resident Assistant. 

The greatest happiness of life is the conviction 
that we are loved, loved for ourselves, or rarher 
loved in spite of ourselves. 

Walker, Brenda K. - Business Adminisrrarion 

with a Concentration in mamagement and 

Communications. 

Varsity Tennis Team; SAM; SIFE; Yearbook; 

Turor. 

Mom and Dad, Bob, Debbie and Kevin, Jill, 

and Steve; Thank you for all your love and 

support rhoughour the past four years. A 

special nore of thanks to my Aunt RoseAnn, I 

have many precious memories of your strength 

and encouragement. I could not have done it 

without all of you. THANKS! I love you all! 

Walker, Daniel T. - Business Administration. 
SAM Club; Dorm Council; Tutor. 

Walton, Tracey - Elementary Education. 

Wampler, Laura L, - Political Science with a 

minor in Busimess Administration. 

Phi Sigma Alpha; Peer Counselor; Political 

Science Club; Pre-law Club; Tutor. 

Thanks Mom and Dad for everything-I love 

you! 

Wareham, Gregory S. - Occupational Therapy 
with a Minot in Business Administration. 
Pi Theta Epsilon; OT Club; Inter Varsity 
Christian Fellowship; Admissions Tour Guide. 
Having a personal relationship with Jesus 
Christ as Savior and Lord will make life easier 
for anyone who takes the time to get to know 
him. 

Warwick, Natalie A. - 
Sociology/ Anthropology. 
Photography Club. 

Watson, Teresa A. - Sociology/Human 

Services. 

Modern Language Club; Royer Dorm Council; 

Intramural Sports. 

Thanks to my friends, for always keeping me 

laughing. I'll remeber you always, especially 

The Shack! Greek, I'll miss you. Mom, Dad, 

and Nan, I couldn't have made it without 

you. "The only things we ever keep are what 

we give away." - Ginsberg 

Weigand, Deborah - Psychology. 
Thanks for everything Bill and Fran. 

Weller, Kimberly - Pyschology with a minor in 

Biology. 

Peer Counselor; RA; Psy Chi, Vice Presidenr; 

Psychology Club; Peer Educator; Student 

Assitant. 

Wence, Ron - Mathematics wirh a 
Concentration in Secondary education. 
Tennis; Marh Club; Ski Club;Republican 
Club; RA; Resicence Life Council; Circle K, 
secretary, president. 

Whitaker, Elizabeth - Business Administration 
wirh a Concentration in Marketing. 

White, Megan L. - Elementary Education. 
Education Club, Secretary; Intramural sports. 
To the girls of the "Annex"- May you always 



have the memories in your hearts, the laughter 
and tears! I love you girls! To my 
parents, sisters, and brothet-in-law thanks. 
Without you I would not have done it. To 
Dennis-May we keep and treasure in our 
hearts these four years. I love you! 

Wilkie, David Scott - Elemenrary Education. 
Intramural Volleyball; Education Club. 

Williams, Deboral E. - Psychology. 

Special Events Committee, APB; Psych Club; 

Psi Chi, president; Supervisor evening 

Telemarkerers for Admissions. 

I love you Mom and Pop! Thank you for four 

of the best years of my live, RJF. Always 

remember Thursday nights at the Met. 

Williams, Deborah L. - Mathematics with 
Concentrations in Actuary Science and 
Statistics and a Minor in Business 
Administration. 
Field Hockey; Softball; Math Club; Dean's 
List; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; 
Tutor; Learning Centet Coordinator. 
Friendships are priceless, just like a perfect 
rainbow. Thanks to the gang for a wonderful 4 
years. I will never forger you, especially you, 
Tam. Thanks for always being there. I love 
you! Thanks for everything Mom and Dad. 

Wineberg, Jennifer - Occupational Therapy. 
Yearbook Staff; SOTA Club. 



Young, Sean - Communications with Minors in 
Mass Communications and Public Relations. 
Etownian; ECTV; Wrestling; Intrarnurals 
Thanks Mom and Dad for all your support 
and Thanks to all my friends at Etown it's 
been a great four years. 



Zablotney, Marsha - Psychology. 
Psychology Club. 

Zhookoff, Kimberly - Business Administration 
wirh a Concentration in International Finance. 
Internship with Prudential-Bache securities. 
Keep teaching for your dreams, one day they 
will all come true! 



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A 

Abaza, Sharif 44, 45, 56, 74, 207 

Acevedo, Augie 116 

Ackerman, Jason 104 

Adams, Heidi 103, 112, 140 

Adams, Kathleen 74 

Adams, Kimberly 74 

Adamucci, Denise 62, 74 

Aghameldi, Alicia 74 

Aguilera, Catalina 74 

Ahern, Mike 150 

Aiken, Tim 59, 69 

Aitala, Michelle 102,117,136 

Alas, Marhess de 69, 108 

Allen, Cara 104 

Allen, Eric 110 

Alphin., Cindy 31, 63, 112 

Airland, Curt 74, 110 

Altman, Rochelle 74 

Amachi, Udochi ... 19, 20, 44, 56, 104, 

117 

Anderson, Dawn Marie 59, 62, 74 

Andre, Michelle 74 

Andrews, Bill 51, 74, 150 

Andrews, Bobbie 109 

Anger, Karen 62, 113 

Annino, Robert 74 

Apple, Mindy 113 

Applegate, Scott 110 

Arnold, Cindy 102 

Arpa, Dave 114, 154 

Artz, Michelle 113, 156 

Aylward, William 75 

B 

Babegello, Kurt 109 

Bachand, Dave 64, 107 

Bachman, Lisa 103 

Bacon, Scott 67 

Baiersdorfer, Karen 75 

Bailey, Heather 106 

Baily, Stacy 75 

Bair, John 75 

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Baisden, JoAnne 107 

Baker, Jennifer 109 

Baker, Michelle 69, 103 

Baker, Theresa 75 

Balanchick, Mike 105 

Baldwin, Gina 69, 106 

Balichik, Mike 154 

Balmer, Angie 152 

Banks, Rich 110 

Bardelli, Jodi-Lyn 75, 113 

Bardman, Susan 75 

Barner, Tammy 69, 75 

Barnes, Betsy 136 

Barnes, Elizabeth 108 

Barnes, Steve 158, 159 

Barnhurst, Linda 66 

Barr, Brian 59, 75 

Barstow, Sue 112 

Bartell, Jacque 63, 113, 144 

Batcho, Beth 59, 69, 75 

Baulig, Susan 108 

Baumbach, Jen 106 

Baxter, John 56, 75 

Beck, Angel 113 

Beck, Cindy 112 

Beckley, Tracey 152 

Bedner, Kimberly 76 

Bell, Ronni 55, 56, 57 

Belsky, Alec 109, 136 

Benamati, Michelle 69, 106 

Benner, Karen 76 

Benton, Jenn 63, 144 

Berger, Gary 107 

Bernhardt, Celeste 76 

Betseker, Faye 134 

Bidle, Traci 63, 140 

Bjornestad, Sherri 60, 61 

Blackenstone, Amy 75 

Blanch, Daniel 76 

Blatchley, Christina 58, 63, 76 

Blecker, Cyndi 24, 59, 112 

Bluett, Dave 158 

Blum, Chris 154 

Blyer, Don 57, 116, 144 

Boblick, Angie 107 



Bockman, Sonya 138 

Boden, Lisa 140, 152 

Bolich, Carolyn 106 

Bombaro, Kristine 108, 140 

Borst, Julie 109, 144 

Bowler, Janet 50, 59, 76 

Bowman, Sherry 103 

Bowser, Jan 76, 112, 138 

Boylan, Beth 7, 62, 76 

Boylan, John 110 

Brail, Melissa 65, 76 

Brane, Cheri 76, 104 

Brennan, Kristine 76 

Brenner, Karen 109 

Bretz, Jennifer 76, 103 

Brewer, Dawn ... 3, 45, 51, 58, 62, 63, 

77, 113 

Bricker, Timothy 77 

Bright, Wendy 77 

Briller, Jen 115, 140 

Brown, Jennifer 77, 103, 117 

Brubaker, Steph 106 

Brugler, Brent 148 

Bryant, Lesley 77, 134, 135 

Bugash, Andrea 77, 112 

Buonanno, Michelle 103 

Burkey, Kenneth 77 

Burns, McAndrews 98 

Busch, Peter 51, 77, 142 

Bush, Melissa 27, 56, 57, 113 

Butterwick, Laura 77 

c 

Caffrey, Jackie Ill 

Cahill, Noreen 77 

Calabrese, Chris 116 

Camilli, Keith 59, 77, 136, 144 

Campanella, Scott 62, 63, 77 

Campbell, Sheryl 61 

Campbell, Teri 63, 112 

Canuso, Sherry 146 

Cappadonna, Rick 41, 56, 57 

Cardamone, Mary 108 

Carlee, Betsy 115 



Carlson. Kelly 55, 60, 61, 69, 113 

Carpenter, Mark 110, 136 

Carpenter, Stephanie 59, 78, 136 

Carr, Deborah 78 

Carson, Chad 154 

Caruthers, Lance 20 

Cassidy, Bob 11, 59, 78 

Castillo, Paul 104 

Caswell, Rebecca 63, 113 

Cernansky, James 78, 142 

Chatterton, Lynn Ill 

Chayi, Emanuel 78 

Cheng, Elisabeth T 78 

Childs, Sandy 64, 102 

Chinchar, David 78 

Christopher, Judson 154 

Clarkin, Liz 78, 205 

Clayton, Dawn 78, 134, 135, 152, 153" 

Cleary, Kelly 140 

Cline, Mark 78 

Clocker, Casi 108 

Clouser, Ralph 78, 160 

Coassolo, Mark 148 

Coates, Jen 107 

Cochrane, Heather 61, 78 

Colella, Paul 142 

Coll, Melissa 79 

Collela, Paul 13 

Compton, Beth 8, 79 

Condron, Chris 142 

Connolly, Dan 46, 55, 60, 61, 79 

Conrad, Kristin 79 

Cook, Jeff 107 

Cooper, Catherine 63, 79 

Corbett, John 150 

Corcoran, Denise 113 

Corey, Lance 109 

Coron, Jeff 79, 142 

Costopulous, George 110 

Coucoulas, Andrea Ill, 116, 144 

Courpas, Christine 79, 117 

Craddock, Kim 106 

Craven, Dottie Ill, 134, 135, 152 

Cromie, Heather 62, 63, 109 

Crozier, Kim 109 



Curtis, Kami 79 

Cyr, Debbie 112 

D 

D'Adderio, Phil 205 

Dagen, Duane 79 

Daigle, Marc 79 

Daniels, Diana 79 

Danze, Nikki 107 

Davies, Ceri 68, 104 

Davis, Becky 69, 107 

Davis, Jen 134 

Dawson, Terry 108 

Dean, Liz Ill 

DeAngelis, Frank 67, 105 

DeAngelis, Michelle 108 

DeCheubell, Janine 63, 80, 113 

Default, Michael 80 

DeFilippo, Maryann 80 

Degler, Michelle 66 

Degler, Valerie 109, 134, 152 

Deitch, John 109, 154 

DellaRocco, Dina 27, 104 

Dellet, Timothy 110 

Delnegra, Lisa 50, 80 

DeLong, Betsy 65, 112 

DeLong, Chris 69, 107 

Delozier, Dane 106, 150 

DelViscio, Eric 114 

Demby, Ron 58, 106, 117 

Denlinger, Joe 80, 144 

DeNunzio, Janet 112 

Devlin, Chris 116 

Dexter, Brian 109 

Diadoto, Aaron 110 

Diaz, Pam 112 

Dickinson, Kim 80 

Diedoardo, Ross 80 

Diefendorf, Kim 108 

Diemer, Denise 80 

Digwood, Jeanette 106, 117 

Dittman, Mark 61, 114 

Doerr, Pam 106 

Dolan, Alicia 60, 106 



Donecker, Gregory 80 

Dorman, Denise 65 

Dorrell, Dana 109 

Dotts, Tammy 55, 61, 80 

Doyle, Elizabeth 103 

Dremis, Debbie 104 

Droman, Denise 115 

Druck, Benn 80 

Duerr, Aimee 80 

Duff, Sharon 59, 81 

Duffy, Matthew 81, 148, 149 

Duncan, Robert 148, 149 

Dungan, Lauren 115 

Dunmyer, Nancy 81, 138, 139 

Dunnigan, Alex 150 

Duscheyne, Nick 142 

Duyssen, Kimberly 81 

Dydik, Jim 109 

E 

Ebersole, Mark 65, 116 

Eby, Craig 81, 154 

Edwards, Melissa 112 

Ehret, Colleen Ill 

Enoch, Steve 59 

Enright, Karen 69 

Etter, Amy 81 

Ettl, Meaghan 104 

Ettl, Randies 61 

Evans, Cathy 81, 102, 117 

Evans, Kyle 154 

Everly, Darla 108 

F 

Falcone, Lisa 81 

Farkcas, Jamie 59, 69, 108, 136 

Faust, Gail 108 

Feeney, Holly 25, 61, 64 

Feola, Angela 47, 81 

Fichtner, Michelle 81 

Fidler, Jen 105 

Fieldhouse, Michelle 66 



187 



Fierro, Christine 69, 146 

Fillebrown, Pamela Ill 

Fine, Darice 81 

Fink, Amy 60, 61 

Fisher, Allyson 81 

Fisher, Becky 113, 138 

Fisher, Joyce 69, 103 

Fisher, Patrick 82 

Fletcher, Beth 112 

Florin, Heather 69, 105 

Florin, Noble 61 

Ford, Jim 142 

Foster, Emily 36, 61, 62, 105 

Fouchet, Lisa 82 

Fowler, Steve 144 

Frain, Deb 105 

Fraiser, Dave 150 

Francis, Jeff 55 

Frank, Heather ... 57, 59, 102, 117, 144 

Frank, Tisha 109 

Frazier, David 106 

Freeman, Stacy 113, 116 

Freese, Kerry 24, 112 

Fritzinger, Christine 82 

Fritzinger, Chris 138, 139 

Fultz, Tracee 104 

G 

Gale, Phil 107, 148 

Gallagher, Chris 60, 82 

Gallagher, Shawn 144 

Gallagher, Stacy 103 

Gallo, Carla 107 

Garabrant, Christine Ill 

Garner, Judith 82 

Garrett, Chris 105, 154 

Garrison, Matt 66, 67, 110, 158 

Garrison, Sandra 82 

Gates, Weez Ill 

Gaukler, Beth 58, 63, 82, 144 

Gavaletz, Rebecca 25, 69, 82 

Geib, Jerry 154 

Geistwhite, Betsy Ill 

George, Karen 82 



Georgelis, Bill 154 

Gerhart, Lisa 82 

Gieniec, Jennifer 26, 102 

Gilligan, Laura 113 

Glaser, Sally 82 

Glass, Joanne . 115 

Glynn, Jennifer 107, 134, 144 

Gonzalez, Angel 114 

Gonzalez, Jon 144, 145 

Goodling, Amy 104 

Goodling, Ronald 82 

Goslln, Jacqueline A 83 

Gosweiler, Lorl 83 

Gotshall, Jennifer 107 

Gould, James 61, 83 

Grasso, Tammy 115 

Gray, Kelli 59, 83 

Gray, Larry 110 

Graybill, Richard 59, 69, 83 

Green, Caroline 112 

Green, Jen 59, 102, 204 

Greentree, Jennifer 69, 104 

Greger, Laurie 106 

Greiner, Chuck 30 

Greiner, Chuck 114 

Greist, Molly 58, 63, 108 

Gress, Debra 83 

Griffith, Leslie 83 

Grimm, Marcus 60, 61, 114 

Gross, Gretchen 108 

Grossman, Marci Ill, 146 

Grover, Crystal 83 

Grubb, Angie 68 

Grubb, Chris 154 

Grubb, Susanna 103 

Gryczko, Margaret 83 

Guarente, Nick 107 

H 

Haas, Ethan 110 

Habecker, Scott 160 

Habingreither, Gwyn 103 

Hackenberg, Stacey 152 

Hackenburg, Stephanie 63, 111 



Hackett, Charles 154 

Hagedorn, Tricia 19, 104 

Haghdost, Navid 205 

Hahn, Jennifer 113 

Hall, Jeff 25, 37 

Hall, Kim 60 

Hallman, Harold 83 

Hamilton, Tara 107 

Hammaker, Ken 105 

Hampson, Kim 108, 152 

Hancock, Dave 106 

Handel, Laura 105 

Hanlon, Jen 62, 64, 112 

Hannon, Kelly 115 

Hansberry, James 83, 109 

Hansbury, Jim 160 

Harclerode, Susan 83 

Hardick, Tricia 108 

Hardwick, Emma 106 

Harrison, Matthew 84 

Harvey, Wendy 84 

Hatten, Renee 59, 112 

Hauer, Heather 105 

Havener, Beth 103 

Hawkins, Jennifer 112 

Heath, Rebecca 84 

Hecker, Tom 105 

Heckler, Harry 35, 65, 114, 116 

Hefferan, Mike 110 

Heiser, Julie 2, HI 

Heller, Heather 103 

Henderson, Pam 108 

Hendrie, Diedre 146 

Hennen, Linda 58, 63, 138 

Henrickson, Kirsten 113 

Henry, Eileen 21, 106 

Hensinger, Kathy 140, 141 

Herbert, Laurie 15, 156 

Herman, Amy 55, 59, 61, 84, 113 

Herpich, Courtney 84 

Herr, Steven 84 

Hersch, John 136 

Hersh, Jonathan 84, 107 

Hershberger, Tammy 105 

Hershey, Dave 61, 84 



188 



Hess, Bonnie 84 

Hess, Chad 110 

Hester, Paul 84 

Hewett, Jen 105 

Hibberd, D. Grant 84 

Hicks, John 107, 154 

Higgins, Pat 107 

Hitchner, Kristen 113 

Hite, Amy Ill, 156 

Hoby, Brian 110 

Hoff, David 61, 84 

Hotter, Carol 85 

Hoffman, Chad 110 

Hoffman, Jen 2, 111 

Hoffman, Kim 107 

Hoffman, Terri 66, 67, 102 

Hogan, Grace 85 

Holdren, Micheal 42, 56, 85 

Holme, John 110 

Hooker, Deb Ill 

Hoppie, Carmella 34, 111 

Hphusu, M 67 

Huff, Lee 85 

Huggins, Pat 85, 158 

Hull, Jenny 66, 113 

Hummel, Alyssa Ill 

Hunsicker, Gina 56, 57, 105 

Huntzinger, Daphine 85 

Hurley, Matt 150 

Hurley, Rob 110, 142 

Hurst, Scott 85 

Hutchinson, Wendi 65, 113 

Hyde, Amy Ill, 140, 141 

/ 

Inherst, Julie 106 

Innerst, Dana 105 

Ireland, Linda 66, 113, 146 

Ivey, Patty Ill 

J 

Jackson, Deborah 85, 108 



Jacob, Ken 60, 61, 109 

Jacobs, Leisel 109 

Jacobs, Wanda 113 

Jacobs, Wendy 113 

James, Jacquelin 85 

Jannotti, Maria 85 

Jarzynski, Jocelyn 105 

Jenkins, Jay 85 

Jetter, Chip 110, 116 

Jobes, Julie 85 

Joetz, Sheree 113 

Johnson, Alan 86, 109 

Johnson, Andrea 104 

Johnson, Ed 36, 60, 61, 64 

Johnson, Sabrina 106, 134, 135 

Johnson, Talitha 104 

Johnstone, Michael 107 

Jones, Elayne 86 

Jones, Ken 114, 142 

Jones, Mary 86 

Jones, Tim 27, 142, 143 

Jordon, Marion Lynn 69, 86 

Jud, Susan 108 

Juthrie, Mindy 112 

K 

Kain, Stacy 113 

Karly, Dave 148 

Kasper, Laurie 113, 140, 141 

Keeney, Starr 116 

Keepers, Timothy 18, 56, 57 

Keith, Cornell 148 

Keller, Brian 62, 114 

Kelly, Shannon 138, 139 

Kelty, Colleen 86, 108 

Kenney, Melinda Ill 

Kensinger, Mindi 112 

Keppley, Kirk 86, 142 

Ketterman, Jill 86 

Kimball, Tanya 63, 66, 86, 116 

King, Matt 86, 150 

King, Scott 106 

Kintzer, Janis 66, 108 

Kirkner, Bethany 62, 66, 109 



Kirouac, Sue 103 

Kiwak, Tracy 41, 56 

Kleinstuber, Ellen 59, 67, 69, 113 

Kline, Amy 105, 152 

Kline, Mark 154 

Klinger, Bob 150 

Kmieczak, Jenn 113 

Knowles, Jamie 86 

Knorr, Dana 103 

Koppenhoefer, Christa 112 

Kostick, Heather 106 

Kovak, Rob 110 

Kozimor, Michele 103 

Kraft, Bob 154 

Kramer, Tonya Ill 

Kreider, Sue 86, 146, 147 

Kreiser, Travis 86 

Kropiewnicki, Joseph 87, 160 

Krufka, Kate 109 

Kucks, Missy 87, 140 

Kulbacki, Timothy 87 

Kurczewski, Michele 112 

L 

Lacy, Elizabeth 87 

Lake, Brian 142, 160 

Lambert, Kimberly 87 

Lambrecht, Amy 35, 87 

Lampart, Maryann 64, 113 

Lander, Stephanie 109 

Landis, Gary 110 

Landis, Mark 87, 110 

Landis, Sheila 112 

Lape, Katrina 112 

LaPourte, Lisa 20, 41, 64, 111 

Large, Denise 152 

Larossa, Ernie 61, 87 

Latzo, Tara 58, 63, 138 

Law, Kim 107 

Lawrence, Linda 104 

LeFever, Charlotte 66, 111 

Lehman, Laurie 69, 105 

Lehman., Monica 113, 138 

Lehto, Kim 103 



189 



Leitch, Melissa 113 

Lemma, Brian 60, 61, 87, 136 

Lemperes, Sofia 87 

Lenig, Michelle 108 

Lepold, Dennis 110 

Lerch, John 68, 69, 87 

Lesh, Jayne 65, 113 

Lesher, Deb 106, 152 

Leuschner, G 63 

Levan, Pam 87, 146, 147 

Levengood, Tammy Ill 

Lewis, Amy 136 

Lewis, Don 62, 66, 69, 104 

Libby, Brian 88, 150 

Lindsey, Monica 105 

Links, Cindy 58, 63, 67, 88 

Lipsky, Kimberly 61, 62, 88, 113 

Lisa, Steve 56, 63, 104 

Little, Melissa 67, 88 

Lloyd, Gary 150 

Lodewckyx, Dimitri 110 

Logan, Patty 108 

Long., Andrew 104 

Lorelli, David 88 

Luciano, Jason 104 

Lui, Anly 144 

Lusch, Gretchen 144 

Lutz, Amy Jo 156 

Lutz, Rick 154 

Lyons, Amy 112 

Lyter, Alicia 88 

M 

MacNair, Jen 146 

MacNair, Scott 110 

Madzelan, Nicole 106 

Mailley, Chris 136 

Malin, Anne 144 

Mallett, Cindy 105 

Manzo, Lisa 62, 140 

Marder, Melissa 88 

Margolin, Rebecca 115 

Marin, Chris 148 

Markle, Beth 65, 113 



Markley, Missy 109, 117 

Marsh, Wendy 65 

Martin, Christine 107 

Martin, Robbie 142, 143 

Martins, Karen 109 

Martzel, Rod 107, 154 

Massey, Jennifer 34, 56 

Mateer, Kristin 102 

Matejicka, Colleen 39, 56, 59 

Mathews, Robert 88 

Matlack, Kim 152 

Matthews, Wendy 108 

Maxton, Angie 9, 69 

May, Todd 66, 107, 144, 158 

Mazurkevich, Krista 88 

McAndrew, Kelli 88 

McCarney, Rushelle 104 

McCarter, Meth 144 

McClain, Tonya ... 66, 67, 88, 113, 116 

McClay, Nate 110, 150 

McCleaf, Jennifer 113 

McClure, Ann 60 

McColgan, Sandy 104 

McDonald, Lisa 102 

McDonnell, Elizabeth 112 

McErlean, Carol 15, 103 

McFadden, Fevin 150 

McGay, Christine 102 

McGinnis, Michael 59, 62, 66, 107 

McGlaughlin, Tim 88, 142 

McGowan, Kellie 89, 107, 117 

McGuire, Jeremy 110 

McHarness, Cyndi 59, 204 

McKenzie, Tim 59, 89 

McLaughlin, Tim 51 

McSweeney, Sheila 104 

Mellott, Tamela J 89 

Menzo, Gina 27, 58, 59, 64, 113 

Merhar, Jennifer 64, 65, 67, 113 

Merrifield, Douglas 89 

Metz, Alyssa 57, 104 

Meyer, Eric 109 

Meyer, Roy 115 

Michener, Amy 89, 138, 139 

Mifflin, Brittany 89 



Mikolon, Trisha 207 

Miles, Donna Ill 

Milkvy, Keri 66 

Miller, Anne 56, 89 

Miller, Beth 65, 112 

Miller., Christopher 117 

Miller, Darrel 110 

Miller, Jen 66, 105 

Miller, Keri 103 

Miller, Kevin 104, 158 

Miller, Kristy 112 

Miller, Tom 136 

Milller, Scott 104 

Misiolek, Susan 89 

Mitchell, Andrea 89 

Mitchell, Melissa 102 

Mitschang, Susan 102, 138 

Modres, Jeanine 115 

Mohr, Ann Marie . 20, 41, 56, 57, 64, 

104, 117 

Moll, Tom 110 

Monaco, Keith 89, 107 

Moore, Jennifer 102 

Moore, Julie 9 

Morgan, Chris 89, 142, 143 

Morin, Jen 89, 117 

Morris, Chris 90 

Morris, Kristin 63, 67, 109 

Mott, Robert 69, 104 

Mountis, Athena 112 

Moyer, Jaclyn 90 

Moyer, Ronald 90 

Moyer, Vicky 66 

Mphusu, Monica 90 

Muller, Noel 102 

Munot, Itxaso San 102 

Munro, Brenda 113 

Murphy, Sharon 67, 90 

Murray, Bill 24, 110 

Musa, Emmanuel 62 

Mushick, Paul 55 

Musser, Traci 60, 102 

Myers, Crystal 90, 111 

Myers, Eric 59, 65, 67, 90 

Myers, Karen 112 



190 



JV 



Napoli, Rob 60 

Naradko. Debbi 90, 113 

Nealey, Missy Ill 

Neary, Michelle 27, 58, 63, 67, 111 

Newton, Cathy 108 

Nicholas, Laura 90 

Niedbala, Kristin 103 

Nissley, Kristin 90, 113 

Nix, Herb 57, 107 

Noble, Amy 55, 60 

Noble, Fred 60, 114 



o 



O'Donnel, Eileen 56, 60, 61, 109 

Oberholtzer, Mike 62 

Oberst., Terry 65, 104 

Obuhanick, Miki 112 

Olarte, Ho 67 

Olsen, Mark 69, 104, 205 

Oswald, Brenda 117 

Owensby, Diane 90 



Panella, Brian 104 

Paprika, Michelle 113 

Parkes, Helen Ill, 140 

Parmer, Tammy 90 

Parry. Heather 43, 1 1 1 

Parton, Cheri Ill 

Patel, Rachana 67, 106 

Patel, Ravi 107, 117 

Patey, Mark 64, 91 

Patterson, Joy 146 

Patton, Christina 102 

Patton, David 91 

Paules, Eric 65, 114, 116 

Pechart, Deb 105, 117 

Peckham, Laura 91 

Pelletier, Monique 106 

Penglase, Pamela 103 



Pental, Bret 106 

Peoke, Mark 114 

Perry, Heidi 60 

Perry, Jessica 113 

Persiani, Angel 105 

Peterhansel, Erin 115 

Peters, Karen 58, 106 

Phelps, Meredith 104 

Phillips, Barry 105 

Phillips, Natisha 66, 134 

Phillips, Traci 91 

Phillips, Tracy 56, 91 

Phillips, Troy 91 

Pierce, Olivia 91, 112 

Piercy, Phil 110 

Pinnand, Dawn Ill 

Pizza, Ken 91, 116 

Plott, Glenn 68, 69, 110 

Poinsett, Jennifer 113 

Polin, Denise 59, 69 

Politi, Pablo 148 

Pollak, Maria 62, 63, 91 

Polt, Samantha 91, 102 

Poole, Tiffany Ill 

Portser, Troy 91, 148, 149 

Postens, Tara 14, 105 

Potter, Wendy 207 

Potthead, Scott 109 

Praul, Cynthia 104 

Prem, Gary 59, 91, 136 

Preston, Brett ... 19, 51, 59, 62, 66, 107 

Prim, Jenny 113 

Pudding, Lance 109 

Pugh, Kevin 57, 104 

Puorro, Beth 113, 138 

Puppala, Sue 62 

Puro, Hope 69, 113 

R 

Rager, Jennifer 62, 113 

Rahn, Tina 92 

Raimo, Jill 113 

Raine, Tracy 57 

Rainey, Susan 62 



Rainville, Renee 102 

Rath, Pete 142, 154 

Rathsam, Mark 92 

Ravenscroft, James 67, 92 

Rea, Kim 63, 64, 113 

Readinger, Becky 112 

Readinger, Jen 112 

Redline, Kellie 92 

Reed, Susan 112 

Rehling, Wendy Ill 

Reigart, Judy 25 

Reigel, Tamera 92, 107 

Reinbold, Eric 106 

Reiner, Michelle 103 

Reistle, Jill 112 

Renninger, Brian 144 

Repko, Lynn Ill, 116, 144 

Rey, Robert 92 

Reynolds, Shawn 114 

Rhile, Barb 136 

Rhoades, Jennifer 103 

Richards, Amy 113 

Richards, Sally 92 

Richardson, Donna Ill 

Ricketts, Robin 112 

Ridenhour, Bill 105 

Ridgely, Kati 63, 112 

Rigg, Mike 107 

Riley, Jen 59, 62, 65, 67, 108, 113 

Rinaldi, Gisele Ill 

Ringleb, Kristin 109, 156 

Riotto, Lisa 152, 153 

Risser, Ann 104 

Roberts, Kathy 112 

Robin, Melanie 113 

Robinson, Beth 105 

Robinson, Linda 69, 108, 117 

Ross, Alan 57, 104, 150 

Rough, Kevin 114 

Rouiller, Danielle 60, 92 

Rowe, Sean 158, 159 

Royer, Timna 92 

Runk, Kevin 110 

Russo, Barbara 69, 109 

Ruth, Don 106 



191 



s 

Salva, Beth 109, 117 

Salvador, Debra 115 

Sandford, Mandy 66, 102 

Sauder, Lisa 92 

Sauder, Stephanie 109 

Sawyer, William 92 

Scarpino, Kristin 92 

Scattergood, Katie 2, 7, 111, 134 

Schaeberle, Michael 59, 66, 107 

Schaeffer, Jen 134 

Scharr, Donna 63, 93, 136 

Scharr, Mark 136, 207 

Scheidel, Rebecca 93 

Schell. Liz 105, 144 

Schemick, Carolyn 93 

Scheurich, Dean 93 

Schiavoni, Jackie Ill, 146 

Schiedt, Elizabeth 93 

Schlegel, Dave 93, 110 

Schramm, Mary 3, 58, 62, 63, 93 

Schulman, Steve 148 

Schultz, Steve 114, 150 

Schultz, Terri Ill, 140 

Sciaini, Rob 110 

Scramm, Mary 113 

Scrignioli, Mike 150 

Sebesky, Lisa 107 

Segletes, Jennifer 58, 59 

Seifrit, Dave 66, 110 

Seiler, Marci 93 

Seiler, Tracy 112 

Seitz, Glenn 106 

Sevareid, Michael 61 

Sewell, Vivian 93 

Sgrignioli, Joseph 114 

Shaeffer, Jennifer 112 

Shannon, Katie 102 

Shatto, John 69, 93, 107 

Shaughnessy, Moira 55, 60 

Shaw, Deborah 93 

Sheaffer, Amy 107 

Shearer, Roy 148 

Shepard, Scott 106 



Shifflett, Tony 104 

Shin, Angela 103 

Shipman, Billy 154 

Shoemaker, Abby 62 

Shoemaker, Carla 107, 156, 157 

Shuck, Scott 110 

Shue, Jessica 106, 134 

Shull, Joe 107, 160, 161 

Shupp, Mararet 93 

Sickett, Brian 154 

Siebenson, Sheri 103 

Simmons, Kara 94, 107 

Simmons, Matt 136 

Simon, Andrea 58, 67, 113 

Simpson, Mary 103 

Singletary, Tyson 148 

Sinno, Beth 9 

Slavin, Keri 36, 61, 63 

Slazinski, Kelly 66, 105 

Sleighter, Michelle 104, 152 

Slozer, Susan 69, 94 

Small, Cari 62, 107 

Smathers, Cassie 105 

Smith, Amy Jo 94 

Smith, Corinne 113 

Smith, Eric 26, 64, 110, 142 

Smith, Jen 58, 106 

Smith, Sharon 112 

Smith, Steven 94 

Smith, William 94, 106, 150, 151 

Smither, Viv 108 

Snelick, Laura 94 

Snook, Hayes. Second 61 

Snook, Kris 113 

Snyder, Melissa 59, 69, 112, 138 

Snyder, Scott 94 

Sowers, Jason 104 

Speakman, Scott 110 

Spicknall, Gina 112 

Spizzieri, Chris 94 

Spofford, Lisa 94 

Sprankle, Jill Ill 

Stanson, Marcy 104 

Steeley, Michelle 136 

Stenger, Scott 142, 143 



Stern, Mike 15' 

Steuber, Sarah 5? 

Stevens, Leah Hi 

Stiner, Jack 10J 

Stitly, Julie 58, 59, 63, 9' 

Stoer, Julie Hi 

Story, Karen Hi 

Stouffer, Rhonda 9' 

Strayer, Kelly 59, 10i 

Strieker, Amy 2, 111, 134, 13! 

Stutzman, Melissa 62, 9< 

Sulley, Rick 141 

Sullivan, Kelly 11: 

Suozo, Tony 110, 142, 14i 

Sutphen, Lauren 62, 10i 

Sutphin, Rhonda 95, 13' 

Sutterfield, Dennis 14) 

Swantner, Ron IK 

Sylvester, Elyse 9i 

T 

Tallman, Brandi 57, 10' 

Tarsi, Lisa 11 

Tavares, Antonio 91 

Tavares, Tony 31 

Taylor, Stephanie 69, 95, IV 

Tembo, Benson 62, 91 

Teoli, John 107, 151 

Teoli, Stephanie 9i 

Thompson., Jeff 59, 9! 

Thomson, Brenda 9; 

Thomson, Meghan 10; 

Thornhill, Carne 10; 

Thornton, Andrea 109, 15' 

Tiefenthaler, Donna 10' 

Todd, Sue 11 

Tomasello, Ron 6 1 

Tomasello, Ronald 9 

Toomey, Eric 114, 15 

Torre, Jason II 1 

Trala, Patty 10 

Tran, Angele 10 

Tran, Trang 9 

Travis, Allison 10 



192 



Treagea, Steven 104 

Treaster, Tricia 108 

Tregaskis, Diane 68, 95, 104, 117 

Tressler, Chris 154 

Tressler, Susan 65, 112 

Trexler, Amy 9, 55, 62, 113 

Trimble, Scott 136 

Tu, Ailinn 62, 116 

Tufarolo, Karen 62 

Tullio, Carolyn 95 

Turner, Jerry 104 

u 

Uciyama, Eijiro 114 

Ulrich, Jodi 115 

Underkoffler, Wayne 96, 154 

Urich, Ron 148 

Ushler, Bill 60, 61, 96 

Usto, Jeanette 115 

V 

Vacula, Nicole 113 

Valentine, Angela 112 

Varner, Shane 96 

Varrato, Jay 8, 59, 96, 142, 143 

Vincent, Christie Ill 

Vogel, Matthew 96 

Vondercrone, Linda 60, 96 

IV 

Wabby, Brenda 204 

Wagner, Melanie Ill 

Walcher, Susan 96 

Walker, Brenda 96, 113 

Walker, Daniel 96 

Walmsley, Jeff 96 

Walsh, Pat 110, 142 

Walter, Jen 3, 105 

Walters, Brad 107 

Walton, Tracey 96 

Wampler, Laura 67, 96 



Wareham, Gregory 97 

Warfel, Faith 113 

Warwick, Natalie 97 

Watkeys, Kim 105 

Watson, Teresa A 97 

Weaver, Angie 106 

Weeks, Jennifer 104 

Weidman, Jodi 97 

Weigand, Deborah 97 

Weitzel, Michelle 112, 152 

Weller, Kimberly E 97, 108, 117 

Wells, Doug 31, 97 

Welsh, Kathleen 112 

Wence, Ron 97, 110, 116 

Wentzel, Matt 136 

Westervelt., Kenneth 114,116 

Wheeler, Stacy 108 

White, Megan 97 

Whitmore, Doug 106 

Whysong, Sherri 138 

Wickenheiser, Matt 114, 154 

Wiedman, Jodi 156, 157 

Wiedman, Lisa 97 

Wiessner, Gina 69, 105 

Wiles, Barry 136 

Wilkie, David 97 

Williams, Bonnie 108, 152 

Williams, Deborah E 98 

Williams, Deborah L 98 

Williams, Mark 106 

Williamson, Aaron 148 

Wilson, Amanda Ill 

Wilson, Amy 106 

Wilson, Deb 106 

Wineberg, Jennifer 98 

Wingenroth, Heather 113 

Wise, Kristie 102 

Witaker, Elizabeth 97 

Wolf, E. O'Donnell 58, 67 

Wolfe, Holly 109 

Wolfgang, Michele 112 

Woltman, Ruth 146 

Woodfield, Missy 24, 112 

Workman, Leanne 152 

Worley, Staci Ill 



Wosiski, Krista 102 

Wright, Janella Ill 

Wright, Stephanie 3, 105 

Wuldrerk, Holly 107 

Wysong, Sherri 102 

y 

Yeager, Kierstin 112 

Yingling, Ginger 108 

Young, Sean 50, 61, 98, 150 

Young, Susie 146 

Yunger, Liz Ill 

Yutzler, Gretchen 102 

z 

Zablotney, Marsha 98 

Zachary, Dave 110 

Zakis, Christy 113, 134, 135 

Zeger, Kirk 136 

Zeigler, Renee Ill 

Zenhausern, R 60, 61, 62 

Zeoli, Denise 103 

Zerbe, Jen 134 

Zhookoff, Kimberly 98 

Ziegler, Dale 55, 60 

Zimmerman, Jen 146 

Zimmerman, Karen Ill 

Zvarik, Felix 98, 150 



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Congratulations Amy! 
We love you very much; you have 
filled our lives with joy and happi- 
ness. We are proud of all your hard 
work and accomplishments through 
the years. Always remain the beau- 
tiful, loving, thoughtful, caring per- 
son you are. May all your hopes, am- 
bitions and dreams come true. We 
wish you a lifetime of success and 
love. 

All Our Love, Mom and Dad 



Debbie, 

You will come up against many challenges in the 
future. Remember to think positive and try your best 
and you will succeed. 

You are very special to us. 

We love you, 

Dad, Mom and Don 



R.J. 



Your foundation is now complete. What you build on it is 
your choice. May you choose wisely and be happy and 
prosperous from those choices. May your life be filled with 
peace, contentment and complete fulfillment of your 
dreams. We, as always, are very proud of you!!!!!!!! 

Love, 

Mom and Gus 




Congratulations, 
We are very proud 
of you!! 
Mother, Dad, 
Andy and Nan 



To Laurie, 

Everyone is proud of you 

You've accomplished well what you set out to do 

May all your future dreams come true 

As you venture forth and start anew 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Pam, Spunky and Mitch 



Dawn L. Clayton 
B. S. Occupational Therapy 



# Field Hockey; Team Captain 

(set 5 college records) 

# Softball; Team Captain 

(Rookie of the Year) 

# Dean's List 

# Pi Theta Epsilon Honor Society 



Mom, Dad, Chris and Grandparents 



Dear Wendy, 

Congratulations to our spe- 
cial graduate! You have 
worked hard, managed your 
finances well and made us 
very proud. Your junior 
year abroad was a difficult 
time for your family; we 
missed you terribly but the 
memories you have of 
France will forever be cap- 
tured in your heart. May 
you seek God's guidance as 
you plan for your future. 
Love, Mom, Dad, and Ron 




Sharon, 

You've given us so much joy and happiness in our 
lives! We are so very proud of your accomplishments 
and we wish you all the best in the future. We know 
you'll be a success at whatever you do. We love you 
very much!! 

Mom and Dad 



194 Proud Parents 



CONGRATULATIONS KRISTA MAZURKEV1CH 
on earning your degree in 
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 



Luck and success 

in your future endeavors 

Love, 

Mom. Dad, John and Susan Mazurkevich 



CONGRATULATIONS PETE!! 

We're all so proud of you. Our very best wishes for a 

bright and happy future. Remember all dreams are 

possible when you dare. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and the Busch Clan 



YOU HAVE COME A LONG WAY BABY 




CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 

GRADUATION 

LOVE, MOM AND DAD 



CONGRATULATIONS KEITH! 

MAY THIS COMMENCEMENT BE THE START OF 
MANY ACHIEVEMENTS AND FEW DISAPPOINT- 
MENTS THROUGHTOUT A LONG, WELL FUL- 
FILLED LIFE. YOU HAVE MADE THE MONACO 
FAMILY VERY PROUD AND HAPPY. WE KNOW 
YOU WILL REACH THE HIGH GOALS YOU HAVE 
SET FOR YOURSELF. 

LOVE, 

MOM AND DAD 



Kelli, 

Congratulations to our daughter and sister. We love 
you and are very proud. May you have everlasting 
love and peace. 

Love ya! 

Mom, Dad, and Kerryn 




Lesley, 

Good luck in your career as a teacher. 
Someday you'll be teacher of the 
year! We love you and are very proud 
of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 
Patrick and Beth 



Susan, we knew you could do it. 
We are very proud of your accom- 
plishment. Congratulations on 
your graduation! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 
Gail, Scott and Joe 




Kathy, 

CONGRATULATIONS! I couldn't be more proud of you, 

than I am now. You worked so hard for this honor. 

You have been a wonderful daughter and have brought me 

much happiness, love, and joy throughout the years. 

I wish you much happiness and success with your future. 

My love will always be with you. 

Love, 

Mom 



Proud Parents 195 



ERIC C. MYERS 

Congratulations and best wishes on your graduation! We 
are really proud of your accomplishments during your four 
years at E-Town. May God richly bless you in your future 
endeavors. (Proverbs 3:5,6) 

We love you! 

DAD, PAT, CHRIS & DUANE 




Rhonda, 

With those little legs, we 
know you'll reach great 
heights. 



Steve, Congratulations! We're proud of all the things you 
have done, but we are mostly proud of the person you have 
become. We know you worked hard these four years and 
because of this we wish you the best. Life is a gift from 
God. Use it wisely and you're sure to have many years of 
love and happiness. We love you and we'll be here for you 
always. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Kevin and Chad 




CONGRATULA- 
TIONS 

TO OUR LITTLE 
PRINCESS 

KELLIE IRENE 
MCGOWAN 

LOVE, 

DAD AND MOM 



Bill 



Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! We are 
very proud of you and wish you a very prosperous future in 
the communications field. It's been a tough four years, but 
you have exceeded all of our expectations. We all love you 
and wish you the best of luck in all you do. 

Love, Mom, Dad, Steve, Karen, Bill and Jennifer 




Dear Scot, You had a goal in life, with a lot of hard 
work and time you attained your goal. Words cannot 
describe how proud of you we are and we wish you 
much success in the future. 
Love, Mom and Dad 



Dawn, 

Take pride in your achievements. 

Only you can say I cannot do that. 
No one else can tell you that. 

Stay as you are forever. 

We love you, 
Mom and Dad 



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Dear Amy, 

Nobody but you could 
have done what it took to 
get your degree. You 
earned it in every sense of 
the word. We are enor- 
mously proud of you. 

Love Mom, Dad, CJ, and 

Neil 



You're the first! 



Michelle Andre 

In the eyes of a child there is joy, there is laughter, there is 
hope, there is trust, a chance to shape the future. For the 
lessons of life there is no better teacher than the look in the 
eyes of a child. 

When you give love — it's love you find. 



Mom and Dad 



Hi Otis, 

Pride, love and support go from us to you throughout 

your life. You're "Mr. Everything and anything to 

be'" 

Hot air balloons will fly and we will cheer you on. 



Love and Pride to you, 
Mom, Dad, Jim and Lisa 



ALL OUR 
LOVE TO 
DEB and DI 
TREGASKIS 

and much 

appreciation 

to 

Elizabethtown 

College 

for 

caring. 

MOM AND DAD 




ODE TO TRACI 

An ode to our daughter called Traci 

Oi vay, she's been driving us crazy 

A senior at last; 

the world is ahead 

Poor Traci, alas, has more schooling instead 

Go for it Traci, with all of your might 

And believe in yourself-your future is bright. 




Congratulations to our BABY! 
The Del Negros 




FOLLOW 

DREAMS!! 



YOUR 



You remembered your 
goal. 

We are all proud of you. 

Mom, Dad, and Shawn '93 



Dear Scott, 

Congratulations!! We're so proud of you! You've worked 
hard and done well. As you graduate look to the future, 
always know the happiness that you give to- 

Mom, Lynda, Grandpa, and Peg 



Chrisy 



Proud Parents 197 



Dear Jay, 

You have given our family much to be proud of. May you 
be as successful in your years ahead, as you have been in 
your past. Especially, thanks for being you! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Leslie, Keri, Mike, Gram, and Ortlet 



Rhonda, 

God who began 

the work within you 

will keep right on 

helping you grow 

in his grace 

until his task within you 

is finished. 

Love, 
Dad and Mom 



DEBORAH ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 
OUR PSYCHOLOGY GRADUATE 



TO OUR "DEBBIE DEW" 
WHAT WE'VE BEEN THRU 
TIMES SEEMED A MESS 
YET ENDED IN SUCCESS 
GO AFTER YOUR GOALS 
THE FUTURE IS YOURS 
MAKE THE MOST OF IT 



WE LOVE YOU 
MOM AND POP 





Congratulations!! 

We are very proud of you. 
We wish you much success 
and happiness in the future. 
We love you very much. 

Always, 
Mom and Dad 



Education is an ornament in prosperity and a refuge in 
adversity. Success is yours-capture it! 

Congratulations and love, 
Mom, Dad, and Jay 




Dear Jim, 

Little did I know in '61 when I graduated from 

Elizabethtown that I would have a son graduating 

some thirty years later. 

I know you are glad that you chose Elizabethtown for 

your college education. May you have many years of 

happiness in your chosen career. 

Your dad would be proud of you, just as I am. 

Congratulations!! 

Love, 
Mother 



CONGRATULATIONS DENISE! 

YOU DID IT!!! 

We are proud of you and happy for you. Best wishes for 
the future-health, happiness and success. We love you. 

Mom, Dad, Marc, Mary, and Joe 




Kindergarten '74 



Dear Rob, 

Thank you for being such a 

wonderful son. You have given 

us so much love, respect and 

happiness. There could be no 

better son, brother, or friend 

then you are. It has been proven 

many times. We love you and 

we are proud of you. may God 

be with you always. 

Congratulations! 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, David, and Cheryl 



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God gave us a wonderful 
daughter, He made her 
smile of the sunshine, In 
her eyes He placed bright 
shining stars, In her 
cheeks, fair roses you see, 
God made a wonderful 
daughter. And He gave 
that dear daughter to us. 
All our love, 

Mom and Dad 



Congratulations Kimberly! 



May Today's Dreams 
Become Tomorrow's Realities 



Love, 

Mom, Dad and Brian 



YOU'VE COME A 
LONG WAY AND 
GROWN MUCH. 
MAY THE FUTURE 
BRING YOU SUC- 
CESS, HEALTH AND 
HAPPINESS. THE 
WISH FROM ALL 
THE PEOPLE WHO 
LOVE YOU. 




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Chris, 

At two weeks old you 
sported a shirt say- 
ing, "I'm slated for 
E-town College 
19??". You've come 
along way since then 
and we're so proud! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Julie 



STEPHANIE TEOLI 

You are a wonderful, 

worthy and loveable person. 

Appreciate that about yourself. 

No one has ever been, or ever will be 

quite like you. 

You are an individual, an ORIGINAL, 

and all those things make you 

uniquely you are deserving of love and praise. 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Mother and Dad 



MARK 

You have proven hard work and 
determination will get you what 
you want in life. 
Love: Dad, Mom, Dave, Sheila & Heidi 



TO OUR DAUGHTER AIMEE 

OUR LOVE AND BEST WISHES FOR 

A 

HAPPY, SUCCESSFUL FUTURE 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

LOVE, MOM AND DAD 

BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF'91 



~ 



SHARON MURPHY 

WE 
ARE 
VERY 
PROUD 
OF YOU 

LOVE 
MOM & DAD 




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My Dear Son Ernie, 

Thank you for always being you! Please achieve your 
highest goals and be what ever you want, just never forget 
who you are. 

All My Love, 

Mom 




Guess Who? 

We are proud of this 
boy. He likes Fall Con- 
cert, Concert Band, 
people, his Church, his 
College, and his cat 
Smokey. 

This boy is called JR. 
He is from Perkasie, 
Kenneth E. Pizza, Jr. — 
Biology Major. 



Congratulations Andie! We are all very proud of your 
accomplishments so far. Our love and support will al- 
ways be with you. 
All Our Love, Mom, Dad and Susan 



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A wise son brings joy to his Father! 
Proverbs 10:1 (and Mother too) 



YES! 
SUCCESS!!! 



WE'RE VERY PROUD 
OF YOU MATT!!! 

LOVE YA!!! 

MOM AND DAD 




In sending our son to Elizabethtown, we knew he 
would find many of the good things of life — and we 
are glad he also found someone to share them with! 



Congratulations and best wishes John and Jennifer 



With love from your family, 

Clair, Ellen, Debbie, Andy, and Ann Shatto 




GOOD LUCK, JODI- 
our first Graduate! 

We're so proud of you and know 
that with your talent and dedica- 
tion, you will surely succeed in the 
future! 

Love, Dad, Edie, Mark, Kathi, Bri- 
an, Kristi and especially Jonathan, 
who will miss all his friends at E- 
Town! 




CONGRATULATIONS AMY! 
You've decided on a goal and 
chieved it. We are very proud of 
your success. We wish you 
much happiness and love. 
Good luck in graduate school. 
May all your dreams come true. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, and Jenny 



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Jodi, 

Goodbyes aren't forever 
some don't last that long 
others go on a life time 
and the rest until dawn. 
Perhaps we may not meet again 
or maybe just by fate 
our friendship will last a lifetime. 
A friend will always wait. 
(K.J.D.) 

Thanks for two great years! 
Love, Amy 


Zablotney, 

Thanks for being an incredible friend! WE MADE IT! 

Love, 

Jodi 


Thanks be to our Lord Jesus Christ for His help in 

getting my degree-I would also like to thank my Mom 

(Sally), Dad (Joey), Robert, Lisa and Nan-nook. No 

more working two jobs Dad! I'm your last one! 

Love, 
Gregg 


Judy, 

You're the best roomie in the world. I'm really going to 

miss you. Good luck at T.J. 

Love always, Tracy (aka Cheeseball) 


Sharif, 

Thanks for being my first friend at Etown. Remember - 

tears are not the end of the world! Take care and good 

luck! 

Love, Tammy 


To Scott, my savior, my confidant, my lover and my 

best friend; 

"Fare thee well now, May your life proceed by its own 

design" 

My eternal lve I give to you, 
EM 


Best of Times — Best of Friends! 

Remember. . . 

Moving In, Orchard, Walks and Talks, Bonding, 

"DIGA", TGIS '90, Birthdays, Big Bob, 

Parties. . .Hangovers, Friends-Lovers-Enemies!, 

O.C.M.D., "V", Sinners, Face Down, Butt. . .Moving 

On 

Love, 

The Orchard 


JPT, 

Its hard to believe that it has been four years since a put 
that spoon down your pants during Orientation. We 
have gone through a lot together, both good and bad. 
Thank you for your support and for always believing in 
me. I will always be by your side! 

Love you always, 
AJH 


Bob and his harem (aka Judy, Nicole, Leslie, Kim and 
Bob), 

We may not all be together any more, but always re- 
member the great times we shared. Taco Bell Forever! 
Love you all, 
Tracy 


Beaner, Rodna, Cindy, Charlie, Crazy, AnnieBananie, 
Suey, Sadny, Mikey, Meister, Bott Scacon, Bean, Mel, 
Mike, Mike, Brett, Dave, Blue Knights!! I'll miss you all! 
Good Luck! I love you!! 

Bonky BooBerry Crunch 


To my Family and E-Town Faculty, 
Thank you for your help, support, knowledge and ex- 
perience, it has been very enlightening. 

To my Maria 

The most important person in my life, without your 

help, support, and LOVE it wouldn't have been possible! 

Chris 


Thanks Weidmans! 

Now I can say I put in my sixteen years! 

Love, 
Jodi 


Kristi and Diane-Thanks for the memories. Have a 
GREAT Senior Year! We'll miss you Roomies! 
Love, Us 



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The 1990-91 school year built a solid rep- 
utation of excellence for Elizabethtown 
College. The improvements and expan- 
sions were made as the campus continued 
to grow and change. As the college, con- 
tinues to evolve, you can look to these 
pages for a glimpse of Etown as it was 
during the past year. Good luck to the 
graduating class, may you go forth and 
exemplify Elizabethtown College's 
motto. . .EDUCATE FOR SERVICE. 





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To the right: Etown students hold a gossip session in front 
of the High Library. 

Below: Ober men show off their frisbee expertise. 
Bottom: Brenda Wabby. Jen Green, and Cyndi McHar- 
ness study for an upcoming physics exam. 




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Above: Etown women gather for an 
intramural Softball game. 
To the right: Mr. Thomson helps a stu- 
dent learn the layers of the earth. 



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Top: Etown students catch some rays 

after classes. 

Above left: Sharif Abaza speaks to a 

group of prospective students. 

Above right: Trisha Mikolon and Wendy 

Potter take time out from their busy lives 

to pose for a picture. 

To the left: Mark Scharr demonstrates his 

physics ability. 



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